It is an important step for families to participate in early interventions. If you work in a multidisciplinary team approach, you know that early interventions show promise for young children.
This FREE webinar will provide an overview of Child-Parent Psychotherapy, an evidence-based treatment for young children (ages 0-5) and families impacted by stress and trauma. This training will review the significance of early childhood mental health, including how trauma and adversity impacts young children and their families. You will learn more about CPP assessments and treatment so that you are able successfully coordinate and collaborate with CPP therapists, from the referral process to closing a CPP case.
This webinar is intended for all professionals who work with children including Child Advocacy, CASA, Head Start, Family Support, Community Support, Caseworkers, GAL’s, and many more. You will learn the importance of early interventions and how referring for CPP makes a difference in development and mental health.
Speaker: Lindsey Ondrak, MA, LIMHP, LPC, Early Childhood Mental Health Outreach and Training Specialist, Nebraska Resource Project for Vulnerable Young Children (UNL-Center on Children, Families, and the Law)
Lindsey Ondrak is a licensed independent mental health practitioner (LIMHP) and licensed professional counselor (LPC) providing outpatient individual and family therapy with specialized training in trauma and attachment. Lindsey is trained in Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Trauma Focused Attachment Therapy/Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP), Theraplay (Level 1), Brainspotting, and Circle of Security Parenting (Facilitator). In 2007, she received her master’s degree (MA) in Community Counseling in Harrisonburg, VA.