A Deeper Dive: Birth to Five


Approximately 16-18% of children ages 0-5 experience a mental disorder, with over half being severely affected.

In this free case-based collaborative, we’ll address these infant and early childhood mental health problems as they present for busy primary care practices. Emphasizing early recognition and response, an interdisciplinary faculty team will support PCPs in developing their knowledge of early childhood trauma and stress, anxiety, dysregulation and aggression, sleep and feeding problems, and more.

  • Registrants may participate in an optional MOC-4 QI Project and earn up to 75 CE/CME points.

    CME/MOC package offered at a reduced rate of $50.

Join us Virtually

4th Thursdays Monthly
12 to 1 PM
January to November 2023

Check back soon to register for 2024!

Topics Covered

  • PCP Approach to Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH)
  • Attachment + related anxiety
  • Autism: Early identification and response
  • Dysregulated anger + aggression in early childhood
  • Preschool ADHD
  • Neurodevelopmental factors and implications
  • Trauma + ACEs in IECMH
  • Feeding and sleep challenges
  • Tantrums, discipline, and spanking
  • Parent, family, and community resources and supports