My Baby and Me

The My Baby and Me project is a large scale, multi-site prevention project launched in 2003 designed to increase the occurrence of responsive and sensitive parenting in high-risk mothers of infants by helping them create new mental models of parenting and new parenting practices.  

Research Overview

The program begins in the mother's last trimester of pregnancy and includes approximately 54 intervention visits over the first 30 months of the child's life.

Funded By

National Institute of Health (NIH)

Age Group

  • Adults
  • Infants
  • Toddlers


  • John Borkowski, Ph.D. (PI)
  • Christine Willard Noria, Ph.D., M.Ed (Co-I)
  • Jeanne Mattei, MSW (Co-I)

Research Themes