Dr. Kate Rosenblum is a clinical and developmental psychologist at the University of Michigan where she holds dual appointments as both Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry as well as Associate Research Scientist at the Center for Human Growth & Development. Her research and clinical work focus on parenting, infant and early childhood mental health, and the development of preventive interventions to promote resilience in families, with a special interest in military and veteran families with young children. Many of the families she works with have experienced significant disruptions, including separations, trauma, and/or loss, and in these contexts her work focuses on strengthening protective factors to enhance family resilience. Dr. Rosenblum is a nationally recognized expert in the area of early childhood mental health and military families. She is a member of the Academy of Fellows with the national organization Zero to Three, and serves on the Research Advisory Board for Team Red White and Blue. Within the Department of Psychiatry she directs the Women and Infants Mental Health Program and co-directs the Infant and Early Childhood Clinic, the specialty multidisciplinary training clinic that provides assessment and intervention services for children birth to 6 years old and their families within the Department of Psychiatry. Within M-SPAN, Dr. Rosenblum leads the Strong Military Families initiative, delivering an effective preventive intervention designed to serve military families with young children during and following deployment.