The graduate certificate in Infant/Toddler Mental Health: A Relationship-based Approach is designed for professionals who are working with families who have children from the prenatal period to 36 months of age. This program is appropriate for professionals who are mental health, special education, child welfare, and social service providers; home visitors; teachers; child-care providers; and health care professionals. It is also appropriate for supervisors of these direct-service providers.Participants begin as a cohort and participate through the entire program together. An interprofessional team of faculty plans the curriculum content and provides mentoring support during the program. An individually tailored practicum experience is part of the program.
Total Credits Required
The certificate program does not require admission. There are no prerequisites.
Desire2Learn (D2L) is a web-based learning management system
For partially online courses, decide when to study and interact with your professors and classmates—days, evenings, or weekends—anywhere there's a personal computer and an internet connection. Campus meetings are held on one weekend per term.
Specific Technology Requirements
Broadband connection recommended
Recommended browsers for D2L are: Windows Users: Internet Explorer, FireFox; Mac Users: FireFox, Safari. Recommended: Windows PC: Open Office Microsoft Office; Macintosh iWork Open Office Microsoft Office 2008
Julie Puris, Program Manager
Continuing Education/Graduate School of Education Portland OR 97207