A Small Selection of Our Projects
Child Parent Psychotherapy & Infant Mental Health
Child Parent Psychotherapy is an intervention model for children aged 0-5 who have experienced traumatic events and/or are experiencing mental health, attachment, and/or behavioral problems.
Infant Mental Health is defined as “the healthy social and emotional development of a young child; and a growing field of research and practice devoted to the:
promotion of healthy social and emotional development;
prevention of mental health problems; and
treatment of the mental health problems of very young children in the context of their families.”
10 Components of Quality Care for Infants and Toddlers
Research defines ten essential components that produce meaningful outcomes for the young children they serve. Child care programs that endeavor to improve often begin with tangible changes to physical layouts, equipment, and materials. Because young children learn best in secure relationships, programs must promote nurturing care and strong relationships between children, caregivers, and families. The best programs commit to participating in continuous quality improvement.