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West Virginia Endorsement® Registry

The WVITMHA Endorsement for Culturally Sensitive, Relationship-focused Practice Promoting Infant Mental Health® is intended to recognize experiences that lead to competency in the infant and family field. It does not replace licensure or certification, but instead is meant as evidence of a specialization in this field. The WVITMHA Endorsement® is cross-sector and multidisciplinary, including professionals from child and/or human development, education, nursing, pediatrics, psychiatry, psychology, social work, and others. Endorsement® indicates an individual’s efforts to specialize in the promotion/practice of infant mental health within his/her own chosen discipline.

Those who have earned Endorsement® have demonstrated that the individual has completed specialized education, work, in-service training, and reflective supervision/consultation experiences (as defined in Endorsement® criteria) that have led to competency in the promotion and/or practice of infant mental health. Endorsement® does not guarantee the ability to practice as a mental health professional, although many who have earned Endorsement® are licensed mental health professionals.

Infant Family Associate:

Janice Barnett (Wheeling)

Kathleen Carpenter (Huntington)

Ashley Cleaver (Petersburg)

Amanda Hall (Benwood)

Norma Harbolt (Huntington)

Kandie Harrison (Huntington)

Tracee Hinkle (Huntington)

Bethany Houchins (Beckley)

Alicia Hundley (Clarksburg)

Amanda Kent (Huntington)

Tiffany Kiess (Elkins)

Courtney Long (Huntington)

Meagann Morris (Davisville)

Lori Murdock (Huntington)

Cate Phillips (Charleston)

Christine Pownell (Rivesville)

Linda Reeves (Wheeling)

Pamela Shope (Huntington)

Jennifer Spangler (Huntington)

Paula Stewart (Huntington)

Blake Turley (Charleston)

April Tyree (Charleston)

Destiney Uebel (Parkersburg)

Tina Watts (Huntington)

Hillary Wills (Beckley)

Amanda Withrow (Oak Hill)

Debbie Withrow (Fayetteville)

Infant Family Specialist:

Denise Childers (Huntington)

Susan Little (Huntington)

Amanda Newhouse (Morgantown)

Erin Roxby (Wheeling)

Sheila Zickefoose (Buckhannon)

Infant Mental Health Specialist:

Megan Phillips

Infant Mental Health Mentor – Policy:

Michelle Comer (Huntington)

Regina (Mel) Woodcock (Elkins)

Infant Mental Health Mentor – Clinical:

Monica Ballard-Booth (Madison)

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