The Children, Youth & Family Consortium's Children's Mental Health Program works closely with University of Minnesota research experts, community providers, and policy makers to improve mental health practice for Minnesota's children.
Our mission is reflected in:
the annual Lessons from the Field seminar series showcasing current research and its practical application,
the online Children’s Mental Health eReview publication, which combines current research and ideas for application in practice and policy,
research activities that promote public engagement by connecting faculty and providers,
a searchable database of University of Minnesota resources, including faculty and staff members, educational programs, centers, and departments.
The Children's Mental Health eReview is now available
The Impact of Trauma on Infants
Edited by Cari Michaels, MPH
Child Welfare Series, January 2012
This is the fourth issue in a series focusing on trauma and child welfare. This issue captures the presentation of Dr. Alicia Lieberman on May 12th, 2010 titled "Child-Parent Psychotherapy in a Cultural Context: Repairing the Effects of Trauma on Early Attachment."
The Children's Mental Health eReview has a new look! Follow the link below to see the new format that demonstrates our connection to the Children, Youth and Family Consortium and University of Minnesota Extension. Like past issues, this new issue titled "The Impact of Trauma on Infants" summarizes current research and offers implications for pratice and policy.
To read this eReview and all past issues, click here.