Families’ needs are often deep, ongoing, and unique. Our team of experts in mental and physical health, child development, social work, and education convene to discuss each child’s case individually. We provide tailored support and the highest standard of coordinated care to every family.
Our mental health program for infants and young children focuses primarily on strengthening the relationship between children and parents, helping caregivers better respond to their children’s cues, and preserving children’s sense of safe. We offer services in-home to make it easier for families to access care.
For current MFT and MSW students with a deep interest in infant and early childhood mental health, we offer a competitive clinical training program that immerses trainees in best practices. Interns receive extensive training with experts in the field, and gain first-hand experience providing dyadic parent-child psychotherapy, as well as individual, family, and group therapy.
For more information about this program and how to apply, please click here.
(Not currently accepting applications — Fall 2021)