Dr. Soliman is the Director of the Center of Prevention and Early Trauma Treatment at Child First. In that role, she oversees all this federal grant requirements which include replication of the Child First model, system development in the form of providing evidence-based training and consultation services in communities across the US as well as developing training for providers working with young children and helping create systems that work to support families and young children. Salam is also involved in many national initiatives including a leadership role in the development of a Reflective Supervision Curriculum. In collaboration with Louisiana State University Health Center and School of Medicine, Salam is also the Coordinator for the NCTSN Disaster and Terrorism Northeast Coalition for Connecticut. She is also a Board Member for APA Division 39, Section II and serves as a consultant for KKH Hospital in Singapore. Dr. Soliman serves on the Zero to Three Annual Event Workgroup and the MIECHV Child Maltreatment Workgroup. She has also presented at several national and international conferences covering a variety of topics including supervision, mindfulness, and attachment-based interventions. Her primary interests include attachment and trauma and outcomes associated with ongoing reflective supervision.