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Rose Pavlov: 12 Who Made a Difference in Central Mass in 2012

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

 

Rose Pavlov of Worcester is Founder and President of Ivy Child International, a non-profit that develops global mental health initiatives for children, families, and communities.

Ivy Child International is unique in its non-pharmaceutical approach, focusing instead on prevention and overcoming cross-cultural mental health issues through a learning-based curriculum and skill-building in order to achieve its mission of "helping each child achieve their best."

Pavlov’s work is well-founded and relevant for today’s youth who are battling a range of issues. She looks at the whole child and helps build healthy habits to last a lifetime. Ivy Child serves as a gateway for children and their families to a professional network of experts in nutrition, exercise, alternative medicine, art therapy and other areas. Though Ivy Child is based in Worcester, it is poised to expand virtual access to services to a worldwide audience.

 

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