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Infant/Toddler Mental Health Graduate Certificate - Advisory Committee

Patricia Mulhearn Blasco is an associate professor of pediatrics at Oregon Health & Science University and instructor in the Infant/Toddler Mental Health Certificate.

Kathy A. Bobula an instructor of Early Childhood Education and Psychology at Clark College in Vancouver, Washington and instructor in the Infant/Toddler Mental Health Certificate.

Eileen Brennan is a professor in the School of Social Work and staff at the Regional Research Institute for Human Services in the School of Social Work at Portland State University.

Terry Butler is a program coordinator at the Inclusive Childcare Program at Oregon Council on Developmental Disabilities.

Jennifer Cahill  is program manger for the Early Head Start Home Base/Parents as Teachers program and a part-time instructor of Early Childhood Education at Mt. Hood Community College. She is an alum of the Graduate Certificate and instructor in the Infant/Toddler Mental Health Certificate.

Mary Foltz is an early childhood specialist at the Early Childhood Training Center at Portland State University and practicum supervisor in the Infant/Toddler Mental Health Certificate.

Gail Houck is a professor in Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing at Oregon Health & Science University School of Nursing.

Cheryl Livneh is Associate Dean in the Graduate School of Education and Director of Continuing Education at Portland State University.

Leslie J. Munson is an associate professor in the Department of Special Education at Portland State University and faculty liaison for the Infant/Toddler Mental Health Certificate.

Diane E. Ponder is the Oregon State-based Infant/Toddler Specialist for ZERO TO THREE - National Center for Infants, Toddlers and Families.

Redmond Reams is a psychologist in private practice and has a postgraduate diploma in infant mental health and practicum supervisor in the Infant/Toddler Mental Health Certificate.