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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. A detailed overview of the learning collaborative can be found here.

If you or your agency are interested in participating, please fill out this Expression of Interest Form: https://forms.gle/NyKMjER9LkXQHGDQ8

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BabyCues® Cards

Help parents and caregivers be more “in tune” with their infant and young child’s feelings by learning to respond to their behavioral cues. Available in SPANISH too!

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Designed for parents to use and is easy to read. Excellent for anyone caring for mothers and infants; fathers find them very helpful. Available in SPANISH and FRENCH too!

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This set of illustrated cards shows examples of how caregivers can meet, in everyday interactions, the ten basic social-emotional needs of infants and toddlers. Available in SPANISH too!

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My client loves the BabyCue cards – we play “Guess the Cue” on my visits with her. She will be so ready to read and hear her baby’s cues.

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