Transforming Challenging Behavior
April 13, 20 & 27, 2021 | 1-2:45 pm
An approach to transforming challenging behavior of young children.
Nicolle Moore MS, LMFT
Nicolle Moore, MS, LMFT has been working with children and their families for over 18 years. She received her Bachelor’s in Psychology from Miami University in Oxford Ohio, and her Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Kentucky in 2001. She is presently living in Oklahoma and working at The Parent-Child Center of Tulsa as an Infant Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant. Prior to her move in August of 2019, she was the Coordinator of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health at Child Focus, Inc. as well as a Regional Master Trainer servicing 11 counties in Southwest Ohio. She aided the state of Ohio in their Prevention of Preschool Expulsion program and provided support to Yale Child Study Center research of the CHILD assessment tool. She continues to provide infant and early childhood mental health consultation, training, and advocacy with various professionals across disciplines who work with young children and their families. Nicolle recognizes a need for supportive, trauma-informed, and quality early intervention services to help infants and young children to be successful and valuable citizens throughout their lives.
Registration fee: $20 for all 3 sessions
CEUs available for social work – $10 per credit hour