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News from Children's Relief Nursery: CPP Learning Collaborative

Child Parent Psychotherapy NewsletterJune 2009

Greetings! You are invited to join the Children's Relief Nursery (CRN) Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) Learning Collaborative, a year long journey to study and implement the evidence-based CPP model into your practice. We are very excited to bring this evidence based model to the community and we look forward to starting our first CPP Learning Collaborative in September 2009. Please take the time to investigate and enjoy the first CPP Newsletter.

What is a Learning Collaborative?

A Learning Collaborative (LC) approach focuses on spreading, adopting, and adapting best practices across multiple settings, and on creating changes in organizations that promote the delivery of effective interventions and services. The ultimate goal of the Learning Collaboratives is to provide high-quality training in best practices of trauma-focused treatments.To read more visit NCTSN

A Deeper Look at Child Parent Psychotherapy

From the voice of Alicia F. Leiberman, co-author of 'Don't Hit My Mommy,' take a deeper look at the Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) model. In this Mini-Series Alicia F. Leiberman gives a brief 15 minute presentation about the CPP model and her experiences as a therapist. Take a moment to listen to Alicia F. Leiberman Mini-Series

We are moving forward with our CPP Learning Collaborative and will have specific information regarding dates and fees in the next few weeks. In the meantime, if you have any questions please contact me.   Sincerely, 

Kelly DeForrest, Program Services [email protected]

In This Issue

What is a Learning Collaborative?

A Deeper Look at Child Parent Psycotherapy

Child Parent Psychotherapy ConferencePatricia Van Horn, P.h.D.

Thank you to all who participated in the two day training with Patricia Van Horn, P.h.D. on May 7th & 8th. "This was an inspiring event to collaborate with peers in the community and learn from the expert herself." Sara Kemper, MSW