toddler and parentsThe fully online Infant-Family Mental Health (IFMH) graduate certificate program is designed for students who have earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology, social work, criminology, human development, early childhood education, nursing and other social science-related fields. It will benefit practitioners in allied health professions and social and behavioral sciences seeking to gain greater knowledge for working with infants and their families. Program emphasis provides coverage of theoretical/conceptual and applied issues in building knowledge and skills for understanding infant and toddler social and emotional development, also referred to as “infant mental health.”

Learn More About the IFMH Graduate Certificate

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For more information about the IFMH Graduate Certificate, complete the form below and a program representative will contact you to answer any questions.

Online and One Year

The IFMH program is a 12 month, online program so you can balance family and a job while learning how to work with infants, parents and families.

World-Class Faculty

Our proven and notable graduate faculty are involved in contemporary research and community outreach suited for the modern family.

Apply Your Credits

Up to 12 credit hours can be applied to a graduate degree program, a nice complement to psychology and education programs.

Cohort Learning

Experience first-hand learning within group of students working together. You will get to know one another online and in-person.

Apply Today

This program is geared towards today’s professional. A minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required. Tuition assistance is available.

Contact Us

Graduate admissions representative for IFMH
Marketa Teal – 727.873.4770

IFMH Program
Program Coordinator for IFMH Graduate Certificate Program
Ebony Miller – 727-873-4848

Family Study Center
Center Director
Dr. James McHale.