Aditi Subramaniam, LMHC, IECMH-E®, R-DMT

Associate Director of IECMH, Mass. Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

Aditi Subramaniam, LMHC, R-DMT, IECMH-E® is a licensed mental health clinician and registered movement psychotherapist with more than fifteen years of experience in the field of mental health, in India and Boston. She works at the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (MSPCC) leading a statewide workforce development partnership between MSPCC and the Massachusetts Association for Infant Mental Health (MassAIMH) focused on enhancing, diversifying, and supporting the infant and early childhood mental health workforce with the goal of improving access to services for children age birth – 6 and their families through the MassAIMH Endorsement system, reflective consultation and IECMH and DEI trainings. Under her leadership, Ms. Subramaniam collaborates with partners across the state to address gaps and opportunities in workforce needs in the early childhood system to result in better outcomes for all. Ms. Subramaniam is both a clinician at heart and a systems thinker, committed to justice-informed policy, implementation, and practice toward creating equitable systems to meet the needs of Massachusetts’ youngest children and their families. As a Certified DC: 0-5 Trainer, she has co- led the expansion and implementation of DC: 0-5 training and crosswalk development statewide. Her clinical experience includes dyadic work, community mental health and home visiting. She is a national trainer for the Newborn Behavior Observation and Brazelton Touchpoints and serves as faculty at the UMass Medical Fellowship on Early Relational Health. Aditi is endorsed as an Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Mentor- Clinical®. She is also a current Zero To Three Fellow. The principles and practices of social justice and the arts in psychotherapy are embedded in her everyday work and lens.


Track 6: Approaching IECMH Diagnosis and Diagnostic Systems from a Multicultural Social Justice Perspective