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Julie M. Ribaudo

Clinical Associate Professor of Social Work

Clinical Associate Professor

Julie Ribaudo focuses on prevention and intervention with parents and their infants and young children. She has practiced in a wide range of community-based programs, including community mental health, education, and child welfare. As an Endorsed Infant Mental Health Specialist, she provided support to teachers and caregivers of challenging infants, toddlers and children; and assessment and treatment of abused and/or neglected infants, toddlers and young children in foster care or adoption. Her work includes psychotherapy with adults to resolve issues of depression, anxiety and childhood trauma.

Ribaudo continues to provide clinical supervision and is involved in research and service delivery with the Women's Mental Health and Infants Programs through the Department of Psychiatry at U-M.

Research Interests/Focus

Psychotherapy, community mental health, child welfare, public health, early intervention, challenging infants, mental health, infant mental health, clinical supervision

Curriculum Vitae

Education

Year Degree   School
1984 MSW Children & Youth University of Georgia
2000 Post Graduate Certificate Infant Mental Health Wayne State University, Detroit,, MI
1982 BS Criminology/Criminal Justice Eastern Michigan University, Ypsilanti

Shah P. E., & Ribaudo J. (in press). Interviewing and counseling children and families. In R. G.Voigt, M. M. Macias, S. M. Myers, & C. D. Tapia, Eds. American Academy of Pediatrics Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics. Elk Grove Village, IL: American Academy of Pediatrics.

Mucka, L. E., Dayton, C. J., Lawler, J., Rosalind, K., Alfafarsa, E., Schuster, M., Miller, N, Ribaudo, J., Rosenblum, K. L., & Muzik, M. (in press). Mixed methods evaluation of participant recruitment and retention in the Mom Power early parenting intervention program. Infant Mental Health Journal.

Ribaudo, J. (2017). Nineteen protectors. In Shirilla, J. (Ed.), Reflections from the Field. 65-68. Southgate: Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health.

Ribaudo, J. (2017). Beyond mothers: Beyond singular relationships. In Shirilla, J. (Ed.), Reflections from the Field. 97-99. Southgate: Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health.

Ribaudo, J. (2017). Becoming a family. In Shirilla, J. (Ed.), Reflections from the Field. 148-151. Southgate: Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health.

Ribaudo, J. M. (2016). Restoring safety: An attachement-based approach to clinical work with a traumatized toddler. Infant Mental Health Journal, 37(1), 80-92. Wiley Publications.

Ribaudo, J. (2015). The infant who has suffered trauma. In D. Weatherstone, B. Tableman, and B. Foulds (Eds.). Infant Mental Health Services: Supporting Competencies, Reducing Risks (3rd ed.). 319-333. Southgate, MI: Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health.

Ribaudo, J. (2015). Regulatory Disorders in Infants and Young Children. In D. Weatherstone, B. Tableman, and B. Foulds (Eds.). Infant Mental Health Services: Supporting Competencies, Reducing Risks (3rd ed.). 279-286. Southgate, MI: Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health.

Ribaudo, J., & Bresky, K. (2012). Settling in: Reflective supervision with a relatively new clinician. In D.J. Weatherston (Producer), Reflective Supervision: Video Training Series. Southgate, MI: Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health.

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