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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.

Grace Zechman, MA

Research Coordinator


Team: Research and Evaluation


MA, Child Study and Human Development - Tufts University
BA, Psychology - Sewanee: The University of the South


Grace Zechman is a clinical research coordinator at Brazelton Touchpoints Center. Her research interests generally focus on early childhood and parent mental health.

She has an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Spanish from Sewanee: The University of the South. Grace co-published and presented an article that ​​investigated the association between attachment insecurity, compassionate caregiving goals, and daily well-being among parents during her time at Sewanee.

Most recently, Grace graduated with a Master’s degree from Tufts University in Child Study and Human Development. While there, she worked in the Tufts Interdisciplinary Evaluation Research (TIER) Lab which contributes to applied developmental science, policy science, and urban planning, and to improving policies and programs for children, families, and communities. In addition, she wrote her graduate thesis on “dark” personality traits in Dutch adolescents and their parents, and how parenting may play a role in the development of personality.

Grace’s career has just begun, yet her experiences and education in rural communities, tribal nations, and unique areas of developmental psychology allow her to bring an interdisciplinary approach to my research and work. After interning with Brazelton Institute and Touchpoints Center while a graduate student, she is very excited to join the team as a full-time employee!

Areas of Interest:

Early care and education systems
Young children and families
Family engagement
Family well-being & family adversity
Infant mental health
Pediatric psychology

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