Meghan Brady, M.S.
Child and Family Development
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A committed professional in the field of child and family development with over 25 years’ experience teaching and guiding in diverse social, economic, and cultural communities. Strives to construct and have effective teaching methods that promote a stimulating learning environment. Specializes in infant and toddlers, early childhood mental health, and behavior intervention. Passionate about teaching and loves teaching all ages 1 years old up to the college level.
When not teaching, Mrs. Brady enjoys spending time with her family, camping and enjoying the San Diego weather.
Areas of Specialization
- Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
- CFD 135: Principles of Human Development
- CFD 275: Learning Environments &; Developmentally Appropriate Practice
- CFD 375A: Human Development &; Learning: Infant/Toddlers
- CFD 375B: Human Development and Learning: Early/Middle Childhood
- CFD 378A: Laboratory Experience: Infant/Toddlers (Fieldwork Supervision)
- CFD 380: Early Language and Literacy Development in a Linguistically Diverse Society
- CFD 536: Divorce &; Remarriage
- CFD 598: Reflective Learning Portfolio
- CFD 650: Seminar in Professional Development and Professionalism
- CFD 670B: Seminar in Human Development Theories- Intervention and Prevention Lifespan Approach
- Master of Science degree in Licensed Professional Clinical Counseling with a Specialization in Early Childhood Mental Health, San Diego State University
- Graduate Certificate as an Early Childhood Socio-Emotional Behavioral Intervention Specialist, San Diego State University
- Bachelor of Science in Child & Family Development, San Diego State University