Gilbert M. Foley, Ed.D., IMH-E (IV-C) serves as Consulting Clinical Psychologist at the New York Center for Child Development (NYCCD) in New York City and Clinical Co-Director of the New York City Early Childhood Mental Health Training and Technical Assistance Center (TTAC): a collaboration between NYCCD and McSilver Institute, New York University. He is also Director of the Graduate Personnel Preparation Program in Infant Mental Health and Developmental Practice at the Adelphi University Institute for Parenting, Garden City, NY. He is a Senior Faculty member of the Profectum DIR Academy and is Endorsed as an Infant Mental Health Clinical Mentor. Dr. Foley is a retired tenured faculty member of Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology where he taught for 20 years in the Department of School-Clinical Child Psychology and coordinated the infancy-early childhood track. As Senior Clinical Supervisor in the Department of Pediatrics at NYU School of Medicine-Bellevue Hospital Center, he was an innovator in the technique of reflective supervision. While serving as the Chief Psychologist in the Pediatric Department of the Medical College of Pennsylvania, Dr. Foley completed a fellowship at the Yale Child Study Center with the late, Sally Provence M. D. Dr. Foley served as the Director and Principle Investigator of the Family Centered Resource Project, providing training to the infant/early childhood intervention community nationally. Dr. Foley‘s clinical and teaching career has been devoted in large part to working with infants and young children with special needs and their families. He is the author of several books and numerous articles, including “Mental Health in Early Intervention” with Dr. Jane Hochman, published by Brookes. He lectures and consults widely, nationally and internationally, having recently returned from South Africa, China and Israel.