Jolene Pearson, Ph.D., IMH-E® (IV), holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Minnesota. She earned a B.S. degree from the University of Minnesota in Child Development, and an M.S. degree in Early Childhood from Wheelock College in Massachusetts. Jolene is an Associate Professor and the Director of the Early Childhood Education program at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. She has been an adjunct faculty member and instructor at the University of Minnesota, the University of St. Thomas, and St. Cloud State University, teaching courses in parent education, infant mental health, and early childhood special education. Dr. Pearson is a certified Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale examiner and holds licenses in the fields of Parent Education, Early Childhood Education, and Early Childhood Special Education.
Jolene authored and has taught the CEED online courses Parent-Infant Pathways: An Educator’s Guide to Providing Information and Support to New Parents and Premature Babies and Their Parents: Information and Insights for Early Intervention Personnel. Her new book (2016), published by Zero to Three, is entitled: Pathways to Positive Parenting: Helping Parents Nurture Healthy Development in the Earliest Months.
I had the opportunity to ask Dr. Pearson a few questions about the book to bring you a closer look at this wonderful resource. TUNE IN HERE!
October Journal Author Spotlight Webinar
Pathways to Positive Parenting:
Helping Parents Nurture Healthy Development in the Earliest Months
Thursday, October 6, 2016
12:00-12:45 p.m. EDT
*FREE for ZERO TO THREE members!