A collaborative network of child-parent psychotherapy (CPP) providers, trainers, and advocates. The work of the NH CPP Network as been funded by the New Hampshire Children's Health Foundation and the Project is led by Cassie Yackley, Psy.D., PLLC. The aim of the network is to connect young children and their caregivers to evidence-based intervention that addresses early exposure to adversity and trauma.
Child-parent psychotherapy or CPP is therapy for young children from birth through age 5 and their parents/caregivers.
• Supports family strengths & relationships
• Helps families heal and grow after stressful experiences
• Respects family and cultural values
• Children have been through scary or painful events such as loss of a loved person, separation, serious medical procedures, abuse, or violence at home or in the community
• Children show difficult behaviors
• Children have a change in placement or caregivers
• Family members have physical health or mental health difficulties
• Caregivers would like help with parenting and improving their parent-child relationship
NH Children's Health Foundation Article on CPP in NH: