Objectives & Goals

The IPMHPCP consists of 12 intensive 3-day weekends of training in the form of interactive and dynamic-didactic/classroom hours, taking place over a two-year time period. Each session will address larger topic areas within the field of Infant-Parent Mental Health and include theoretical foundations and research, assessment, and video-tape observation with a heavy emphasis on clinical application of the material and dyadic parent-infant psychotherapy.

Course Objectives

The IPMHPCP intends to have an immediate and lasting impact on communities through an intense involvement of Fellows in programs serving children age 0-5. The Course Objectives are to train an interdisciplinary group of professionals to:

Learning Goals

The IPMHPCP goals are to prepare individual professionals who:

Join our next cohort in January 2018!

The next IPMH fellowship will begin in January 2018. If you're interested in joining the cohort, please email ipmh@umb.edu. Applications are now available. We will accept fellows on a rolling basis until the class is filled, after which time, a waiting list will be compiled of qualified applicants. Click here for application.
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