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SCIMHA OPENINGS:


Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant

3 positions - located in Orangeburg (2) and Spartanburg (1)

PEAR Network supports young children, their families and the professional "helpers" in their lives, such as early care and education teachers, social workers, etc. The infant and early childhood mental health consultant will use his or her knowledge of early childhood development coupled with an understanding of family dynamics and relationship building at an individual/family, provider and community level to support the social, emotional and relational health of very young children. The IECMH consultant will:

provide consultation in settings grow and learn such as early care and education.

regularly communicate with community partners to collaborate and coordinate services.

participate in ongoing reflective supervision for IECMH consultants.

participate in trainings and outreach as needed.

These SCIMHA positions will be embedded within our partner agencies, Family Solutions and Spartanburg Area Mental Health Center respectively, and will provide services in Orangeburg and Spartanburg and their surrounding counties. The infant & early childhood mental health consultant will receive ongoing support and supervision from both PEAR Network leadership within SCIMHA and Family Solutions leadership. 

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Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Training Specialist

PEAR Network supports young children, their families and the professional "helpers" in their lives, such as early care and education teachers, social workers, etc. This position will be focused on building infant and early childhood mental health (IECMH) capacity in South Carolina by delivering trainings and facilitating reflective communities of practice, where professionals from child and family-serving disciplines can learn to deliver evidence-based IECMH interventions. Additionally, this position is responsible for supporting expansion of our Reflective Supervision Learning Collaborative by providing group reflective supervision to multiple cohorts. This position reports directly to the IECMH capacity building director. 

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