Speaker

Dr. Salam Soliman
Connecticut State Clinical Director and National Clinical Advisor for Child First

Dr. Soliman is the Connecticut State Clinical Director and National Clinical Advisor for Child First. In that capacity, she is responsible for supporting the clinical and quality needs of the Connecticut Child First Affiliate Sites by providing ongoing supervision, consultation and training across the network.  Her work has primarily focused on children, with a particular interest in disrupted attachments and the long-term effects of trauma on children. Raised in Montreal, she obtained her Bachelor’s in Psychology from McGill University and went on to get a Master’s in Education from the University of Ottawa.  Dr. Soliman received a second Master’s in Science with a focus on Educational Psychology, and went on to receive a doctorate in Clinical and School Psychology in 2006 from Pace University.

Dr. Soliman is involved in many initiatives across Connecticut and nationally which include, among others, collaborations with the Louisiana State University and the American Psychological Association.