Executive Director, Heidi Maderia, MS, IMH-E® email: [email protected]
Heidi previously held positions as Early Childhood SAMHSA Grant Training Coordinator, Family Resource Center Coordinator and Childcare Program Director. Heidi has spent her career serving children 0-6 who are experiencing a myriad of social, emotional and behavior issues, and has been privileged to partner with their families to discover, enhance and integrate the best supports for them, while promoting the importance of positive first relationships. Heidi attended Boston College and Eastern Connecticut State University, and holds a Bachelors Degree in Sociology, a Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education, is endorsed in Infant Mental Health through CT-AIMH; and presents frequently at local, state, and national conferences on issues related to infant toddler mental health and development.
CT-AIMH Contractual Staff:
Endorsement Coordinator, Heather Bonitz Moore, MS, ATR-BC, LPC, IMH-E® email: [email protected]
Heather previously held a position of a Director of Early Childhood Services. Heather is currently in private practice in SE Connecticut, facilitates Reflective Supervision/Consultation groups and is a trainer for CT-AIMH. Heather attended Long Island University, CW Post Campus and Springfield College, and holds a Bachelors Degree in Art Therapy, a Masters Degree in Art Therapy and Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and is endorsed in Infant Mental Health through CT-AIMH.
Training Coordinator, Anne Giordano, MA, IMH-E® email: [email protected]
Anne has served as manager of Part C Birth-3 and Early Head Start programs, before moving into the role of Early Childhood Specialist. She has additionally coordinated numerous grants addressing the needs of young children experiencing homelessness. Her past work also included overseeing the MDE-Foster Care Clinic at Ed Advance. Anne specializes in working with infants, toddlers and families; and for the past 25 years has worked at EdAdvance (formerly Education Connection) the regional educational service center in western CT. Anne’s role with CT Association for Infant Mental Health includes developing, coordinating and presenting statewide training in infant mental health for child welfare staff, early care providers and home visitors; and facilitating group Reflective Supervision/Consultation. Anne holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Southern Connecticut State University, is endorsed as an Infant Mental Health Clinical Mentor through the CT-AIMH; and presents frequently at local, state, and national conferences on issues related to infant toddler mental health and development.
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