Immediately following the Scientific Meeting, The Child/Adolescent/Parent Program (CAPP) invites you to an Admissions Open House Discussion:
“Allowing for Difference in the Experience of Adopted Children and Their Families”
Program directors Jane Bloomgarden and Irene Studwell will answer questions about our training program and illustrate CAPP’s orientation through examples of their work with adopted children and their parents.
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CAPP Program Overview
Our program weaves together the study of individual child & adolescent, and parent development through understanding the impact of psychological histories, relational patterns, intergenerational effects, and changing social contexts and constructs. Training is based on a psychodynamic, relational orientation to change, integrating parent guidance and advice as needed.
We welcome all mental health practitioners, whether your work is exclusive to children & adolescents, primarily serves adults or some combination. We never forget that there is, after all, a child’s history within each adult and the challenge of growing within every child, adult, and parent.
Who is eligible and should apply?
Applicants must be licensed Masters or Doctoral-level mental health professionals: M.D., Ph.D., Psy.D., LCSW, NP, LMSW, LCAT, LMHC, LMFT, LQP
Please note: CE credits are available for coursework. Financial Aid will be available to those who qualify.
Program begins September 2021
We’d love to have you become part of our community…Come see what we are all about!