What We Do
Our team develops, evaluates, implements and disseminates effective relationship focused culturally informed interventions for young children and their families starting at birth and through age 5.
You will be guided by a highly trained group of multidisciplinary clinical staff including psychologists, clinical social workers, psychiatrists, and mental health counselors with expertise in infant-family mental health, early childhood development, attachment, coparenting and trauma. The team will work with you and your family to meet the social-emotional and behavioral needs of your young child.
The first years of life are critical to a child’s later development. The Infant-Family Mental Health Center at All Children’s Hospital provides national leadership in developing and delivering effective, family-centered interventions for children aged birth through five. Our services are designed to support families who are experiencing challenges with their baby or young child due to medical conditions, family stress, family conflict, or other adverse life circumstances. We also serve families who have experienced traumatic events such as violence in the home or community; death of a loved one; or life-threatening accidents, illnesses, or disasters.
Our team is dedicated to helping families with infants and young children to better address the challenges they face in order to support their child’s health and development. We develop and research effective treatment models, provide training across settings and disciplines, and offer direct service to children and their families.
If you have questions or want to schedule your first visit, please call the Infant-Family Mental Health Center at (727) 767-4602.