Learn about components of successful IECMHC programs, national programs and models and tools to strengthen your IECMHC services.
This seminal reports summarizes the results of a mixed methods study that focused on six effective IECMHC programs in early care and education settings. A conceptual framework was developed which continues to influence the design of IECMHC programs nationally.
This report summarizes work done through a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to the Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development in 2018 to explore the role that IECMH consultants can play to support Family, Friend, and Neighbor providers.
It is essential that early childhood programs and practitioners have the skills to promote the social and emotional health of young children. Young children’s social-emotional development sets the foundation for other cognitive and academic skills and for their future relationships. This resource brief highlights and describes the unique and complementary aspects of two successful approaches early childhood programs can use to support children’s social and emotional skills: infant and early childhood mental health consultation (IECMHC) and the Pyramid Model.
This resource was completed as part of the Center of Excellence for IECMHC, Phase 1. Many programs have both IECMH consultants and Pyramid coaches working together or in parallel. This brief provides information on how consultation and coaches fit together and highlights important differences.
This product was created by the National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations to explore the relationship between IECMH consultants and Pyramid Model coaches. The focus is on how consultants can support coaches in early childhood settings.
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