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Postgraduate Certificate Infant – Toddler Mental Health

The Infant – Toddler Mental Health graduate certificate at Portland State University is a fully online, 20-credit program designed for service providers who work with families with children age prenatal to 3 years old.

Quick Facts

 
Part-time Duration  
Starting in: January, September
Tuition Fee: $671 per credit
Location: Online

Early childhood and early intervention educators, mental health, health care, social services, social workers, and counselors as well as home visitors and childcare providers will benefit from the interdisciplinary and relationship-based approach of the Infant – Toddler Mental Health graduate certificate at Portland State University.

Our instructional team is composed of faculty from the fields of psychology, special education, and counseling and highlights the most current research and interventions throughout ITMH coursework.

What can you do

Graduates of the ITMH graduate certificate work work across disciplines in ITMH focused on supporting families, advocating for policy, and engaging in their communities making lasting change by leading in the field of infant toddler mental health.

  • Mental health therapists
  • Social workers
  • Home visitors
  • Preschool educators
  • Special education teachers, preschool: 25-2051
  • Special education teachers, all other: 25-2059
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Courses Included

  • Dynamic Models of Infant/Toddler Development
  • Strengths, Risk Factors, and Disturbance in Infants, Toddlers, and Their Families
  • Assessment Methods and Classification in Infant Mental Health
  • Prevention and Intervention in Infant Mental Health