Infant and Child Mental Health
The Infant & Child Mental Health (ICMH) program is designed to enhance the ability of front-line workers to effectively and empathically understand and support children presenting with mental health concerns. Five offered courses focus on developmental process, as well as risk factors that can impede normative development. Psychiatric presentations and their impact on children and their families are explored while prevention and intervention strategies are considered through a cultural and developmental lens. Courses are structured to enrich learning for students currently involved in CMTN’s Health & Human Health Service programs (i.e. ECCE, Social Services Work, Nursing and Education) and engage Professionals working in community-based and institutional settings who would like to seek Professional Development.
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Completing all 5 courses will be considered part-time studies.
Infant & Child Mental Health Program requires the following courses be successfully completed:
|ICMH 110||Cognitive Development, Trauma & Loss||3|
|ICMH 120||Family Relationships & Psychiatric Healt||3|
|ICMH 130||Prevention & Intervention Strategies||3|
|ICMH 140||Infant & Child Psychiatric Disorders||3|
|ICMH 150||Risk Factors in Child Mental Health||3|
Successful completion of English 12 or equivalent. Experience working with infants, children and/or youth preferred.
|Full Time:||15 Credits||15 Credits|
|Student Union Fees:||$41.74||$41.74|
|Total Program Cost:||$2,867.38||$8,054.08|
Please note that these are approximate costs and may vary depending on courses taken.
Fees are effective as of August 1, 2019 for the 2019/20 academic year.
Participation in the program is geared toward enhancing the work of child care workers, child safety workers, early childhood educators, health care providers, infant development workers, social workers, community crisis workers, and education assistants. The program can be used as a unique professional development experience for those already working; or as a complement to education.