Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP)

NRPVYC is a major partner in expanding Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) in Nebraska.

The early years of a child’s life are critical in ensuring his or her social, cognitive and emotional well-being. Children who have been maltreated or are at risk for maltreatment frequently suffer from trauma, toxic stress and/or chronic neglect, all of which can greatly impact proper development. Evidence-based early childhood services can halt or mitigate the negative effects of maltreatment. Mental health services, such as Child-Parent Psychotherapy, can address socio-emotional concerns by rebuilding the relationship between the child and the caregiver with a focus on how emotions and past trauma impact the parent-child relationship.

Another helpful resource website is Nebraska Mental Health.

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Become a CPP Therapist

Applications are now closed for the 2020-2021 CPP training class. Applications for the 2021-2022 CPP training class will open in January 2021.


Training Process

Our Child-Parent Psychotherapy training program includes seven full days of training and at least 35 consultation calls spread over 18 months.

broad timeline of the cpp training process

 

We believe the best way to learn to practice Child-Parent Psychotherapy is by doing, which is why our trainees start their first CPP case within one month of their initial training date. Our trainers provide constant support through these first few cases with twice-monthly consultation calls and reflective consultation sessions.

Applications for the 2021-2022 CPP training class open January 2021. Trainings for the 2021-2022 class are scheduled for April 26-28, 2021, October 28-29, 2021, and April 7-8, 2022.