Kathleen Hague Armstrong, Ph.D., is a professor of Pediatrics at the University of South Florida College of Medicine, licensed psychologist and President of Florida Association of Infant Mental Health. She has extensive experience working with young children and families with behavioral issues, graduate teaching, and has authored several articles and book chapters on early childhood issues and parenting.
Julia A. Ogg, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the School Psychology Program the University of South Florida, and is trained in recognized evidence-based programs including The Incredible Years and Parent Child Interaction Therapy.
Ashley N. Sundman-Wheat, B.A., is completing her doctoral internship in Pediatrics and School Psychology and has extensive work experiences in early childhood settings, such as Head Start.
Audra St. John Walsh, M.S., is completing her doctoral training in School Psychology, and comes with a strong background in early intervention. She is a licensed Infant/Toddler Developmental Specialist.