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El profesorado, el personal y los facilitadores nacionales del Brazelton Touchpoints Center representan un equipo multidisciplinar de agentes de cambio, educadores en desarrollo infantil temprano, psicólogos, pediatras, enfermeras pediátricas y otros expertos en desarrollo y comportamiento infantil temprano, formadores en desarrollo profesional, directores de proyectos, evaluadores de programas, estadísticos, profesionales de la participación comunitaria y mucho más. Del mismo modo, nuestras sedes de Touchpoints Training proceden de 33 estados y más de 100 comunidades, desde las urbanas hasta las rurales, y todo lo que hay entre ellas.

Debra Sosin, LICSW

Mental Health Consultation Services Senior Clinician; Family Connections Facilitator; National Facilitator


Team: Mental Health, National Facilitators, Professional Development


MSW, Boston College Graduate School of Social Work

BS, Education, University of Michigan School of Education, with distinction


Debra Sosin has over 45 years of clinical and educational experience working with children, families, educators, and systems. As a special educator for children with serious mental health concerns and later as a clinical social worker and administrative leader, she has integrated the mental health, educational, and concrete needs of children and their families — while working in public and private schools, mental health clinics, early education settings, hospitals, and human service agencies. She is currently the Senior Mental Health Consultant for Family Connections, an early childhood mental health consultation and professional development program, at BTC. She directed the program for seven years. She is also a BTC National Facilitator.

Previously, Debra served as Associate Executive Director of Programs at a human services agency, providing clinical, educational, and administrative leadership for child, youth, and family programs. She was instrumental in implementing an early childhood mental health consultation program for the agency’s early education program. She also served as Director of Child & Adolescent Services at a New Hampshire community mental health center, where she developed a Family Support Services unit, one of the first in New Hampshire's mental health system.

Throughout her career, Debra has been committed to the well-being of all children, their families, and early care professionals, particularly those struggling with mental health issues, adversity, and the impact of trauma. Trauma-informed care, a strengths-based approach, and family engagement have been at the core of her work.

Areas of Interest:

Trauma-informed care
Family engagement
Mental health consultation

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