Sami Bradley is an Assistant Vice President of Early Childhood Mental Health at Nebraska Children and is with the Rooted in Relationships Initiative where she works with state and community partners to develop systems of care that support the social and emotional well-being of children birth through age 8. Sami has experience working with children birth to 18 as a Licensed Independent Mental Health Practitioner who specialized in Play Therapy, Family Therapy, and Child Parent Psychotherapy. She also is a Circle of Security Facilitator and serves as the NE liaison with Circle of Security International. She has presented at trainings and conferences on early intervention, infant and toddler mental health, and other mental health concerns. She has her Masters of Education in Community Counseling from University of Nebraska at Kearney, and has special endorsements for being a Registered Play Therapist from the Association of Play Therapy. She is currently one of the co-leads of the Nebraska Association for Infant Mental Health.