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EARLY CHILDHOOD AND INFANT MENTAL HEALTH. 

  • Therapy Program: The field of Infant Mental Health is focused on working with young children (from infancy to 5 years old) in their most natural context, which is often through the relationship with a parent/caretaker. This therapy is often referred to as parent-child dyadic therapy and can be used to address issues related to behavior, bonding, postpartum depression/anxiety, previous trauma and attachment.
  • Wellness Program: The vision of this program is to encourage parents, from the beginning, to understand their role in their relationship with their child. A strengths based approach is used to understand interactions between a parent and child, with the aim of supporting optimal relationships, rather than assessing for pathology.