VMAP offers a variety of expert-led pediatric mental health trainings with optional CME and/or MOC credit.

Any Virginia PCP who treats patients 21 and under is eligible to participate in VMAP’s educational opportunities at low to no cost!

Enroll in a Program

Our core provider education offerings are held in partnership with the Virginia Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.


Monthly virtual cohorts with tracks for specialized interests.


Mini-fellowship followed by case-based distance learning.

Pearls & Pitfalls

Bi-monthly webinars on critical and PCP-requested topics.

The VMAP Guidebook

The VMAP Guidebook is a compilation of evidence-based practices, up-to-date resources, and practical knowledge specifically designed for pediatric and adolescent healthcare providers. It includes comprehensive Care Guides on different mental health conditions, which are complete with screening tools, treatment options, and patient handouts.

VMAP Recognition Badge

The digital VMAP Recognition Badge recognizes the completion of one of VMAP’s intensive education programs and is a symbol of both individual and practice commitment to improving pediatric mental health. Each provider who receives the badge has completed a minimum of 20 hours of training.

The VMAP Recognition Badge marks providers’ commitment to improving the lives and well-being of children, adolescents, and young adults. VMAP hopes recipients will proudly display the badge on their websites and social media to demonstrate their comprehensive knowledge in pediatric mental health, and their dedication to improving the lives of their patients.