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- Mike Sherman, Psy.D.
“My passion is promoting healthy development and resiliency by providing training, consultation,and development of early intervention programs and prevention services for infants, young children, and their families.”


A licensed clinical psychologist and NAPA/UC Davis Infant Parent Mental Health fellow, Dr. Mike Sherman has expert training and experience in early childhood development and mental health.  For more than 10 years, he has been involved in various aspects of community mental health programs, including direct service provision to at-risk/Child Protective Services-involved children and youth, supervision of clinical staff, training, program development, and administration.   

Dr. Sherman’s training combined with his years of clinical practice and administrative experience have given him a deep understanding of the needs and barriers in our systems of care. His goal is to broaden the capacity of providers, programs, and systems to foster children’s social, emotional, and behavioral health and development.

If a community values its children, it must also cherish their parents.

-John Bowlby, the Father of Attachment Theory

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