ABC Intervention | Vinaya Rajan
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Vinaya Rajan, Ph.D., is Director of Training for Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up. In this role, she oversees the implementation of ABC as an evidence-based intervention across national and international partner organizations. Dr. Rajan received her Ph.D. in Developmental and Biological Psychology from Virginia Tech and completed a postdoctoral fellowship in cognitive science and education from the University of Delaware. Her research interests are in infant and early childhood cognitive and socioemotional development. She is particularly interested in understanding early experiential and biological influences on the development of self-regulation and the ways in which self-regulation can be cultivated through parent-child interactions. She is committed to ABC’s mission to meaningfully improve the trajectories of vulnerable families because all children deserve a supportive, nurturing, and sensitive environment in which to grow and thrive.