Support the social, emotional and relational development of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and their families in a range of settings.
As an experienced infant/family or mental health professional, you will work with internationally recognized faculty and practitioners.
You will learn to:
- Support parent-child relationships through promotion, prevention, intervention, or consultation services
- Intervene in troubled parent-child relationships
- Work with young children with social and emotional behavioral concerns and their caregivers
- Students will work to bring an infant and early childhood mental health lens to their workplace or other early childhood setting as a culminating experience in the program.
This graduate certificate program requires an internship in an infant mental health setting, and two years of clinical supervision.
This program is designated as a gainful employment program for the purposes of federal student financial aid eligibility.
Application deadline: August 15.