Dr. Sarah Hinshaw-Fuselier’s interests include the clinical assessment and treatment of infants and young children and their families, including provision of home-based therapeutic services for high-risk families and consultative support for non-mental health professionals working with high-risk families. She has focused primarily on parent-child relationship problems, anxiety, and trauma. Her other clinical interest is in the area of child custody, especially as it relates to very young children. She is interested in workforce development, particularly shaping policy and methodology to reach, train, support, and sustain professionals in the area of infant and early childhood mental health.
- Grady, G., Hinshaw‐Fuselier, S., & Friar, N. (2019). Expanding perspectives: A social inequities lens on intimate partner violence, reproductive justice, and infant mental health. Infant mental health journal, 40(5), 624-639.
- Hinshaw-Fuselier, S., Zeanah, P., & Larrieu, J. (2009). Training in infant mental health. In C.H. Zeanah (Ed.), Handbook of Infant Mental Health ( 3rd ed., pp. 533-548). New York: Guilford Press.
- Hinshaw-Fuselier, S., Boris, N., Heller, S., & Parton, V. & Robinson, L. (2004). Trauma and attachment: The case for disrupted attachment disorder. In J. Osofsky (Ed.), Young Children and Trauma (pp. 4768). New York: Guilford.