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ILAIMH 2018 Honoree: John Roope

ILAIMH is pleased to announce John Roope as our 2018 Honoree. John was honored at our Annual Fall Conference on October 19, 2018.

John Roope, M.Ed. is a parent, stepparent, foster parent, and educator who has worked professionally with children and families for thirty years.

Read more about John's work for children and infant mental health professionals.

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