Because the First Three Years Last a Lifetime…
Training Opportunity – Child Parent Psychotherapy
The developers of Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) at the Child Trauma Research Program at UCSF will be hosting a CPP training opportunity in Washington State, beginning on December 2 – 4, 2019. This training will be free of charge to participating clinicians, with support from King County Best Starts for Kids, Perigee Fund, the Barnard Center for Infant Mental Health and Development, and the Washington Association for Infant Mental Health. Clinicians and their agency supervisors and leaders will participate in an 18-month learning collaborative, which includes 3 in-person learning sessions and twice-monthly consultation calls.
Webinar and Learning Collaborative Overview
To learn more about Child Parent Psychotherapy, please watch the webinar below, or find a detailed overview of the learning collaborative here.
Interested in Participating?
If you or your agency are interested in participating, please fill out this Expression of Interest Form:
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