Don’t Miss the May/June Special Issue of the Infant Mental Health Journal: Current Issues and Practices in Early childhood Mental Health Consultation

Issue edited by: Deborah F. Perry, Keri Linas – celebrate Michigan contributors!

Introduction: Building the evidence base for early childhood mental health consultation: Where we’ve been, where we are, and where we are going
Deborah F. Perry and Keri Linas

The consultation relationship–From transactional to transformative: Hypothesizing about the nature of change
Kadija Johnston and Charles F. Brinamen

A multilevel analysis of consultant attributes that contribute to effective mental health consultation services
Mary Dallas Allen and Beth L. Green

Influence of behavioral concerns and early childhood expulsions on the development of early childhood mental health consultation in Colorado
Sarah D. Hoover, Lorraine F. Kubicek, Cordelia Robinson Rosenberg, Claudia Zundel and Steven A. Rosenberg

Improved classroom quality and child behavior in an Arkansas early childhood mental health consultation pilot project
Nicola A. Conners-Burrow, Leanne Whiteside-Mansell, Lorraine Mckelvey, Elita Amini Virmani and Latunja Sockwell

Implementing a statewide early childhood mental health consultation approach to preventing childcare expulsion
John S. Carlson, Mary A. Mackrain, Laurie A. van Egeren, Holly Brophy-Herb, Rosalind H. Kirk, Deb Marciniak, Sheri Falvay, Yan Zheng, Stacy L. Bender and Betty Tableman

Assessing fidelity for early childhood mental health consultation: Lessons from the field and next steps
Roxane K. Kaufmann, Deborah F. Perry, Kathy Hepburn and Frances Duran

Expanding early childhood mental health consultation to new venues: Serving infants and young children in domestic violence and homeless shelters
Charles F. Brinamen, Adriana N. Taranta and Kadija Johnston