All families need access to a wide range of services and supports that are responsive to the family, cultural, and linguistic contexts to promote healthy development. Additionally, some families need specialized services to mitigate risk factors or address problems young children may experience. Our early childhood efforts are committed to bridging the gap between what researchers and practitioners know is effective and what is available in communities for young children and their families. We work at multiple levels to translate evidence-based and best practice knowledge into practical, meaningful, and functional implementation strategies.
Our Center engages in Community and Clinical Services by partnering with community-based organizations in the Washington, DC metropolitan area that serve young children with or at risk for developmental delays or disabilities, their families, and their caregivers. We provide diagnostic services and interventions in homes and community-based settings. Our Research and Evaluation activities build the early childhood research base and provide research-informed guidance to states and communities on effective strategies and interventions.
- Gunn Approach to the Treatment of Chronic Pain: Intramuscular Stimulation for Myofascial Pain of Radiculopathic Origin.
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- Defining Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation.
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Advancing Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health — One Relationship at a Time
Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health. Kristie Brandt, C. Perry, M. Description Drawing from and grounded in their long-standing involvement in pioneering work on infant-parent mental health, the editors of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health: Core Concepts and Clinical Practice have assembled a comprehensive, theoretically insightful, and clinically useful volume for psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, pediatricians, social workers, psychotherapists, and all other providers serving children and families from pregnancy through age 5.