ABC Intervention | Amy Huffer
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Amy Huffer, Ph.D., LCSW, IMH-E (IV-C) is a postdoctoral researcher with the Infant Caregiver Project where she supports the research and dissemination of evidenced-based intervention models. Dr. Huffer received her doctoral degree in Human Sciences from Oklahoma State University, her Masters in Social Work and Bachelor’s in Psychology from the University of Oklahoma. Her research interests include infant and early childhood mental health, exploring the impact of early adversity on parent-infant interactions, and developing and improving evidence-based interventions focused on repairing disruptions within the caregiving relationship. She also adjunct teaches for Oklahoma State University and the University of Central Oklahoma.