Alliant’s Infant-Preschooler Mental Health certificate program, offered by the California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP), offers you integrated, interdisciplinary training in the highly specialized field of infant preschooler mental health. There is a critical need for professionals who can support, evaluate, intervene early and treat the mental health needs of young children and their families in many settings, including primary health care, early care and education, foster care, and home-visiting services. There are two training tacks for this certificate with overlap curriculum coursework. The Specialist Track is for post-graduate mental health practitioners and affiliated professionals as well as graduate students engaged in a program of study leading to a clinical practice degree. Alternatively, the Early Intervention Track is for transdisciplinary practitioners who are providing early intervention and are post-baccalaureate and above.
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International Student Requirements:
In addition to the regular eligibility requirements, international students must: 1. Show proficiency in English as evidenced for the TOEFL 2. Carry a full course load at Alliant 3. Submit official, translated transcripts 4. Provide evidence of financial