[R-0486] S7: Family and Community

Citation: Center for Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation. (2015). Website. Retrieved from: https://www.ecmhc.org/index.html [or enter Center for Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation” in your search window].

Abstract: The Center for Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation at Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development provides information for mental health consultants, Head Start administrators and educators, and families. You may use the menu on homepage to find resources to meet your professional needs. Under “Families,” you will find resources to help decrease parent stress levels, address maternal depression, and promote knowledge of social emotional health in children ages 0-5. One popular support for teachers found at this site is Creating Teaching Tools which provides strategies successful in helping young children with problem behavior. Tutorials include Recognizing and Supporting the Social and Emotional Health of Young Children Birth to Age 5 and Recognizing and Addressing Trauma in Infants, Young Children and Their Families.

Integration: The content and skills presented in this website fit well in Child Development; Infants, Toddlers and Twos; Child, Family and Community; Child Guidance; Health, Safety and Nutrition; and Social and Emotional Development.

Content Focus: Administrators; Child Development; Child and Human Development; Child, Family and Community; Child Guidance; Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants; Health, Safety and Nutrition; Infants, Toddlers and Twos; Maternal Depression; Mental Health; Problem Behavior; Professional Development; Stress; Social and Emotional Development; Social and Emotional Health; Teaching Tools; Training; Trauma

Notes: Tutorials at this site contain learning objectives that may be used as questions to prompt class and small group discussions and pretests/posttests to assess learner mastery of content material.