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Third Thursday Webinar: "How Home visiting programs foster the development of positive mental health in infancy.”

  • 23 Jan 2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM (UTC-03:00)
  • WebEx
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  • If you are a current SCIMHA member, this event is offered at no charge.
  • Individuals who are not members of SCIMHA are encouraged to join. Third Thursday webinars are offered at no charge for members.

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Third Thursday Webinar 

HOW HOME VISITING PROGRAMS FOSTER THE DEVELOPMENT OF POSITIVE MENTAL HEALTH IN INFANCY

JANUARY 23, 2020 12:00pm-1:00pm

 This is a free opportunity for SCIMHA members! 


 Nicole Daughhette initially moved to South Carolina to pursue her passion of English at Clemson University. After a brief period of teaching English at Clemson University Nicole realized she wanted to pursue other passions. Nicole gained her Master's in Community Counseling from Clemson University and has worked in “traditional clinical settings” leading substance abuse groups at the Phoenix Center as well as completing assessments and diagnosing mental health illnesses at Behavioral Health in Pickens County. Hired on as an HFA Home Visitor with the Parenting Place in 2013, Nicole fell in love with home visitation; her heart found it’s place and treasure. She briefly left The Parenting Place in 2 014 only to “come home” in 2016 and is still there loving that she is able to serve families on a daily basis. In addition to her two graduate degrees, Nicole Guttermuth is a Nationally Certified Counselor and a facilitator for the Art Therapy agency and program, A Window Between Worlds, located in Ventura, CA. In November 2018, Nicole also completed her supervision to earn her SC LPC.

Please join Dr. Daughhetee as she presents on her work around home visiting and the positive impacts on development of the infant brain.

Learning Objectives:
  1. Examine & understand infant brain development.
  2. Understand the importance of mental health in infancy.
  3. Understand the ways home visiting programs foster the development of positive mental health for both parents and infants.
  4. Recognize the significance of parents with high ACE's



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