Professional development concerning the prevention level focuses on how to support children or their families facing risk factors, through a range of services and supports including Early Intervention, special education, child protective services, homeless programs, and family substance abuse recovery treatment or domestic violence supports.
Training on clinical intervention focuses on evidence-based child-parent approaches. Training must be combined with coaching/mentoring and/or reflective supervision if we are going to successfully change and improve practices.
The Early Childhood Mental Health The aim of the Early Childhood Mental Health program is to improve the social and emotional well-being of young children and families by strengthening relationships with … More Partnership has a strong commitment to professional development and is investing time and resources through a subcommittee of the Young Children’s Council as well as supporting the state roll out of the CSEFEL Pyramid Model.
Building a Core Team to Champion Children's Social and Emotional Health
Providing Family Centered Care for Children's Social and Emotional Health
Creating Medical Home Systems to Support Mental Health Integration
Financing and Sustaining the Early Childhood Mental Health Model of Integrated Care