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Promoting Evidence-Based Policies:The COE participates in the development of public policies affecting children through participation on the Governor's of Children's Care Coordination Steering Panel and on several statewide task forces.  Together the COEs work through the COE Best Practice Collaborative to identity, develop, and implement evidenced-based treatment initiatives.

The Centers of Excellence for Children in State Custody and Frontier Health are offering two training opportunities on June 1st and June 2nd

 June 1st – Mimi Graham, Ed.D.,, Director of the Florida State University Center for Prevention and Early Intervention Policy, will be presenting, “Improving Outcomes for Maltreated Young Children through Therapeutic Baby Courts”.  The workshop would be beneficial for anyone working with juvenile court, child welfare, health care, mental health, families with substance abuse, early childhood education or anyone working with infants and toddlers that are at risk of or involved with child welfare.  There is no cost for the workshop and continuing education credits. There are two options to register for a morning session or an afternoon session.  Register at .


June 2nd-  We have a day-long workshop for mental health providers: “Improving Outcomes for Vulnerable Infants and Toddlers:  Evidenced Based Interventions”   Dr. Graham will be presenting on the infant court approach, and we are excited to have four psychologists presenting of evidenced based treatment for infants and toddlers.  Dr. Mindy Kronenberg will talk about Child Parent Psychotherapy; Dr. Diana Morelen will present Mom Power; Dr. Giovanni Billings will present on relationship based assessment; and Dr. John Paul Abner will be talking about a younger child adaptation of Parent Child Interaction Therapy. There is no cost for the workshop or continuing education.  Registration at .

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