Using An Eco-map To Build and Sustain Family Relationships
Part I (May 10) and Part II (June 7)
May 10, 2022 • Talks on Tuesdays Webinar

Join us for this two-part Talks on Tuesday to learn about family systems theory and how relationships between family members impact child development. We will explore eco-mapping including how the process and strategies can be used to support families throughout all aspects of early intervention.
Naomi Grinney, LCSW
Naomi has worked in early intervention for the past eight years. Prior to working in EI, Naomi worked as a community-based mental health crisis response provider, as a social worker in a psychiatric hospital and as a behavioral interventionist at a residential treatment center. Naomi is passionate about supporting the social-emotional development of children and building family capacity and has worked with kids and families for twenty years. As the parent of a child who received EI services, Naomi brings a unique perspective to her role in providing tools and resources to empower parents in supporting their child’s development.
Jessica Hale, MPA, CFCS-HDFS
Jessica is a service coordinator supervisor with the Virginia Beach Infant Program. Prior to taking on this role in EI, she was a developmental services provider who completed assessments, provided education services, and taught a developmental class of children with IFSPs. She currently holds an Infant Family Associate certification through the Virginia Association for Infant Mental Health.