CHILD-PARENT PSYCHOTHERAPY IS SPEAKING FOR OREGON’S BABIES! Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) is an Evidence Based Practice developed by Alicia Lieberman and Patricia VanHorn at the UCSF Early Childhood Trauma Project. It is used to treat young traumatized children ages 0-6 years
Find your voice and share your knowledge! These are exciting times in Oregon for those of us who work to support families and young children, as well as the staff who care for them. Diverse members (educators, child care, businesses,
Infant mental health begins during pregnancy, or even before. Just as the womb protects and nourishes baby, the pregnant woman’s relationships need to provide similar protection and nourishment to her. This support can come in many forms – first and
CIRCLE OF SECURITY By Pam Skiver, LCSW and Nan LeRoy, LPC What’s done to children, they will do to society. Karl Menninger Circle of Security (COS) is a relationship based early intervention program that was designed to enhance
I saw a toddler, Billy, (not his real name) and his parents recently in my psychotherapy practice because he had been traumatized by a dog bite. When I interviewed his parents about his symptoms and where they were showing up.