Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP)
The Georgia Association of Infant Mental Health: Birth to Five (GA-AIMH) is offering behavioral health clinicians in Georgia an exciting opportunity to join a cohort of their peers in completing training in Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP). CPP is a relationship-based therapy that helps young children and families recover and heal after stressful and traumatic events. The training is conducted by endorsed CPP trainers. Thanks to the Georgia Department of Public Health and Department of Early Care and Learning, this training is provided at no cost to clinicians.
You may be eligible to participate in the training if you are:
- A Masters-level behavioral health clinician who is licensed or under the supervision of a participating licensed clinician
- Currently practicing and plan on continuing to practice in Georgia.
- In a position where you can work directly with children aged 0-5 and their families and access reflective supervision
- Able to commit to an 18-month virtual training experience that can be completed while continuing in your current role. Interested applicants are strongly encouraged to attend an informational session. (Our Aug, 2022 - March 2024 are currently full but please stay in touch for the next available training.)
Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) Provider Directory
Locate a CPP provider in your area that you can access or refer a family to.
For more information, review the following resources:
- CPP Informational Session Presentation
- Recording of the CPP Informational Session
- CPP Training Agreement
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Contact Us with any questions
- Review a copy of the application
- When you are ready to apply, please click on online application
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