Why Early Interventions and Early Childhood Mental Health Services Matter
Young child development can be negatively impacted by a number of adverse factors, including disruptions in attachment that can be caused by parental substance abuse, parental mental health issues or traumatic loss. A child’s mental health issues should be treated promptly and within the context of their caregiving relationship.
Early interventions and early childhood mental health (ECMH) services can prevent or mitigate the negative effects of maltreatment, neglect, trauma or loss.
Explore ECMH Services
Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP)
Helps families with young children who have experienced trauma, loss, or disruptions in attachment.
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
Helps families with children ages 2 to 7 who are exhibiting disruptive or challenging behaviors.
Circle of Security ParentingTM (COSPTM )
Helps families form stronger parent-child relationships and raise secure children.
Your Guide to Choosing the Best Early Childhood Mental Health Services for a Family
Watch the following short video to help you differentiate between the three evidence-based ECMH Services in Nebraska when making a referral – Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), and Circle of Security ParentingTM.
ECMH Services Informational Webinars
ECMH Trainings & Courses
Early mental health intervention is needed across Nebraska. We offer training and courses to help therapists and other professionals work with young children on a variety of early childhood mental health issues.