Haley Scott, M.Ed., Ed.D
Primary Prevention, Connecticut Office of Early Childhood

Haley Scott, M.Ed., Ed.D (c) currently works for the Connecticut Office of Early Childhood, in the field of primary prevention of child abuse and neglect, for over the past eleven years. There she provides fiscal, programmatic management and training for the Nurturing Families home visiting programs across the state. Moreover, she is the Statewide Coordinator for the UCONN Family Development Credential, (FDC) 90 hour class.

In the area of academia, Haley is the Co-Chair of the Learning Disabilities Worldwide Annual Congress. She serves on the editorial board of Interdisciplinary Journal of Advances in Research in Education. Haley has clinical experience in eating disorders, maternal and paternal mental health, infant mental health and attachment and parenting education. She has also taught counseling courses at Springfield College and Goodwin College. Haley holds a Bachelor degree in Human Service from Springfield College, A Master Degree in Psychological Studies from Cambridge College, and is a Doctor of Education candidate in Professional Counseling and Supervision from American International College in Springfield Massachusetts.

Haley’s research is focused on parental perceptions of adolescent eating disorder recovery in a home environment and rebuilding the ruptured attachment.