The Tenets have been published in several articles (in order of publication):
Thomas, K., Noroña, C.R., St. John, M.S. (2019). Cross-sector allies together in the struggle for social justice Diversity-Informed Tenets for Work with Infants, Children and Families. Zero to Three Journal.
Dean, A., LeMoine, S., & Mayoral, M. (2016). ZERO TO THREE critical competencies for infant-toddler educators™. Washington, DC: ZERO TO THREE.
Ghosh Ippen, C., Noroña, C.R., Thomas, K. (2012). From Tenet to practice: Putting diversity-informed services into action. Zero to Three Journal, 33(2), 23-28.
Klawetter, S & Frankel, K. (2018). Infant Mental Health: a lens for maternal and child mental health disparities. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, DOI: 10.1080/10911359.2018.1437495
Osofsky, J., Wieder, S., Noroña, C.R., Lowell, D., & Ramsey Worthy, D. (2018). Effective mental health interventions and treatments for young children with diverse needs. Zero to Three Journal, 38(3), 32-44.
Shulman, C. (2016). Research and practice in infant and early childhood mental health (pp. 203-218). Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.
Velasco-Hodgson, M.C. & Kaplan-Sanoff, M. (2014). Mothering in a foreign land: Who holds the mother? Zero to Three Journal, 34(6), 25-30.
The Tenets are grounded in the following literature:
Adams, M., & Bell, L. A. (Eds.). (2016). Teaching for diversity and social justice. Routledge.
Amulya, J., O’Campbell, C., Edoh, M., & McDowell, C. (2003). Transformative learning in social justice organizations through reflective practice. In Fifth International Conference on Transformative Learning, Columbia University, New York, NY.
Banerjee Brown, L. (2017). Circles in the Nursery: Practicing Multicultural Family Therapy. Washington, DC: Zero to Three.
Board of Studies New South Wales. (2009). Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Stage 6 Syllabus. Sydney NSW, Australia: Board of Studies NSW.
Brandt, K (2014). Transforming clinical practice through reflection work. In K. Brandt, B.D. Perry, S. Seligman. & E. Tronick (Eds.). Infant and early childhood mental health: Core concepts and clinical practice (pp. 293-308). Washington DC: American Psychiatry Publishing
Choundhury, S. (2015). Deep Diversity: Overcoming Us vs. Them. Toronto: Between the Lines
Collins, P. H. (1990). Black feminist thought: Knowledge, consciousness, and the politics of empowerment. New York: Routledge.
Collins, P. H. & Bilge, S. (2016). Intersectionality. Malden, MA: Polity Press.
Cooper, B. (2015). Intersectionality. In The Oxford handbook of feminist theory.
Crenshaw, K. (1989). Demarginalizing the intersection of race and sex: A black feminist critique of antidiscrimination doctrine, feminist theory and antiracist politics. University of Chicago Legal Forum, 139.
Cruz, M. R., & Sonn, C. C. (2011). (De) colonizing culture in community psychology: Reflections from critical social science. American Journal of Community Psychology, 47(1-2), 203-214.
Eggbeer, L., Mann, T., & Seibel, N. (2007). Reflective Supervision: Past, Present, and Future. Zero to Three Journal, 28(2), 5-9.
Fonagy, P., Steele, M, Steele, H., Moran, G., & Higgitt. A. (1991). The capacity for understanding mental states: The Reflective self in parent and child and its significance for security of attachment. Infant Mental Health Journal, 12(3), 201-218.
Fraiberg, S., Adelson, E., & Shapiro, V. (1975). Ghosts in the nursery. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 14(3), 387-421.
Ghosh Ippen, C., & Lewis, M. L. (2011). They just don’t get it:
A diversity-informed approach to understanding engagement. Clinical work with traumatized young children, 31-52.
Intersectionality in Social Work. (2018). In USC Libraries Research Guides. Retrieved from https://libguides.usc.edu/swidentity
Lieberman, A. F. (1985). Infant mental health: A model for service delivery. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 14(3), 196-201.
Lewis, M. L., & Ippen, C. G. (2004). Rainbows of Tears, Souls Full of Hope: Cultural Issues Related to Young Children and Trauma. In J. D. Osofsky (Ed.), Young children and trauma: Intervention and treatment (pp. 11-46). New York, NY: Guilford Press.
Lieberman, A. F., Padron, E., Van Horn, P., & Harris, W. W. (2005). Angels in the nursery: The intergenerational transmission of benevolent parental influences. Infant Mental Health Journal, 26(6), 504-520.
Fitzgerald, H. E., Weatherston, D., & Mann, T. L. (2011). Infant mental health: An interdisciplinary framework for early social and emotional development. Current Problems in Pediatric and Adolescent Health Care, 41(7), 178-182.
Osofsky, J. D., & Thomas, K. (2012). What is infant mental health?. Zero to Three Journal, 33(2), 9.
Osofsky, J. D., & Lieberman, A. F. (2011). A call for integrating a mental health perspective into systems of care for abused and neglected infants and young children. American Psychologist, 66(2), 120.
Parlakian, R., & Seibel, N. L. (2002). Building strong foundations: Practical guidance for promoting the social-emotional development of infants and toddlers. Washington, DC: Zero to Three.
Slade, A. (2005). Parental reflective functioning: An introduction. Attachment & Human Development, 7(3), 269-281.
Schon, D. (1983). The Reflective Practitioner: How Professionals Think in Action. Basic Books.
Shahmoon-Shanok, R. (2006). Reflective supervision for an integrated model: What, why and how? In G. Foley & J. Hochman (Eds.), Mental health in early intervention: Achieving unity of principles and practice (pp. 343–381). Baltimore: Brookes.
Smith, J. D. (2004). Australia’s rural and remote health: A social justice perspective. Tertiary Press.
Miller, D. (1999). Principles of social justice. Harvard University Press.
Tomlin, A. M., & Heller, S. S. (2016). Measurement Development in Reflective Supervision: History, Methods, and Next Steps. Zero to Three Journal, 37(2), 4.
Weatherston, D. J. (2001). Infant mental health: A review of relevant literature. Psychoanalytic Social Work, 8(1), 43-74.
ZERO TO THREE Infant Mental Health Task Force. (2001, December). Definition of infant mental health. Unpublished manuscript.
The Tenets are grounded in…
Critical Race Theory
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