Joy V. Browne, PhD, PCNS, IMH-E (IV)

Joy Browne, PhD, PCNS, IMH-E (IV), Feeding Matters' Medical Professional Council

Credentials: Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry, Director, Center for Family and Infant Interaction and Fragile Infant Feeding Institute, JFK Partners, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

Joy V. Browne, Ph.D., PCNS, IMH-E (IV) is a Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. She holds dual licensure as a Pediatric Psychologist and a Clinical Nurse Specialist. She is Director of the Center for Family and Infant Interaction, a component of JFK Partners, Colorado's University Center of Excellence for Developmental Disabilities. She also is the director of WONDERbabies which provides training in the BABIES and PreSTEPS Model, the Family Infant Relationship Support Training (FIRST) programs and the Fragile Infant Feeding Institute. She is a Newborn Individualized Developmental Care and Assessment Program (NIDCAP) Master Trainer and an Assessment of term and Preterm Infant Behavior (APIB) trainer. Her area of expertise is in neurobehavioral assessment and intervention with high-risk infants and their families, as well as systems change toward developmentally supportive and family centered care in both hospital and community settings. Dr. Browne developed BEGINNINGS, an interim Individualized Family Service Plan for newborns with special needs. She is a Zero to Three Graduate Fellow, founder and past president of the Colorado Association for Infant Mental Health, and a Board Member for the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health. Dr. Browne serves on the Medical Advisory Committee for Feeding Matters.