Associate Professor | Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Dr. Terres has been with the Institute since 1984. Her clinical work included staff and leadership positions in pediatric nursing in hospitals and community agencies across the country.She is best known as a specialist in high-risk infants, and in child development. Dr. Terres primarily teaches research for the DEN program, behavioral pediatrics, the capstone clinical course for advanced pediatric specialty students, and coordinates DEN student's Scholarly Project course.A child developmental expert, Dr. Terres also teaches Infant Psychiatry to pediatric psychiatry residents in the MGH/McLeans program. Dr. Terres is in demand as a speaker at conferences and specialty groups.
Dr. Terres is a member of Sigma Theta Tau, the Society of Pediatric Nurses, the Association for Psychological Science (APS), and is a past president and was a long-time board member of the Boston Institute for the Development of Infants and Parents (BIDIP).Dr. Terres has received a number of awards for her clinical work, and an award for "Outstanding Paper" from the Society of Pediatric Psychologists for her research on the effect of caregiver consistency on high risk infants.She is a founding member and current director of the Parent-Child Research Collective at the MGH Institute. She currently serves as a research consultant for the neonatal abstinence (NAS) program at MGH. Dr. Terres is a past Chair of the faculty.
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