Services

Father holding infant daughter

Child-Parent Psychotherapy focuses on infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their parent/caregivers who have witnessed potentially traumatizing events, witnessed domestic violence, have experienced physical or sexual abuse and neglect, and children who have been through out-of-home placements, recklessness, excessive tantrums, multiple fears, inconsolability, separation anxiety, difficulties sleeping, and social and emotional withdrawal. Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) can also focus on the treatment of aggression, defiance, excessive tantrums, fears, inconsolability, separation anxiety, difficulty sleeping and social and emotional withdrawal.  CPP integrates a focus on the way trauma has affected the parent-child relationship.