When to Refer A Family to CPP
Consider referring to CPP when a child ages 0 to 5 has experienced any of the following:
What Happens During CPP
CPP treatment bridges the child’s experience with the child and caregiver to help increase attachment, restore a normal developmental trajectory, and heal any ruptures in the relationship. The caregiver is encouraged to reflect on their own experiences to gain a better understanding of how their past is influencing their parenting today.
Find a CPP Provider
Locate a CPP provider in our CPP Provider directory in your area that you can refer a family to.
97% of our CPP training participants believe CPP is beneficial for their clients.
- Therapists reported that children benefit from CPP through increased emotional stability and self-regulation.
- Therapists noticed more trust between parents and children – allows the child to have more open conversations with their parents about trauma.
CPP Treatment Informational Overview Webinars
A free one-hour webinar to learn about Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP). You will also learn more about CPP assessments and treatment – to know how to coordinate and collaborate with a CPP therapist from the referral process to closing a CPP case.
Find guides, brochures, and videos on Child-Parent Psychotherapy to support your work in serving young children across Nebraska.
Become a CPP Provider
Licensed therapists can become trained in Child-Parent Psychotherapy.
Explore Other Available ECMH Services
Find information on the other evidence-based ECMH services in Nebraska.