Michele Fallon

ImageMichele Fallon, M.S.W., LICSW brings a wealth of experience to her presentations speaking on a wide range of topics related to infant and children’s mental health.  A licensed clinical social worker endorsed at Level IV in Infant Mental Health through the Minnesota Association of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health, Michele has 35 years of experience working with young children and their families in a variety of settings. These include early care and education programs, medical settings, therapeutic early childhood classrooms, outpatient mental health, Head Start, and home visiting.

 Currently she provides infant and early childhood mental health reflective consultation and training for child care providers, home visitors, foster parents, Early Head Start teachers, early childhood family and special educators, and others working with young children and their families. Michele is also a field associate with the Center for Early Education and Development (CEED) at the University of Minnesota.

Michele is a dynamic speaker, connecting to audiences with stories and experiences about real kids.  

What audiences say about Michele

“I have been doing this work for 20 years and was looking for something to give a spark to my work - to look at things a little differently.  This has done it!"

“The presenter was amazing!  She provided lots of great strategies.”

 “The instructor had wonderful resources and the examples were great.  She had tons of information.”

“I appreciate the encouragement and empathy you provided us!”

“This was a fantastic workshop – great speaker! Engaging, funny, knowledgeable. So easy to listen to and I agreed with everything.” 

Most requested topics:

Promoting Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health

It Depends: The Answer to Almost Every Question About Managing the Challenging Behaviors of Young Children