|Start Date||End Date||Duration||Day(s)||Timing||Campus|
|15th of every month||TBD||8 weeks||Self Study||Self-Paced||Online||Apply Now|
|July 17, 2020||July 20, 2020||40 hours||Friday - Monday||9:00am - 5:00pm||Online||Apply Now|
|August 21, 2020||August 24, 2020||40 hours||Friday - Monday||9:00am - 5:00pm||Online||Apply Now|
|September 18, 2020||September 21, 2020||40 hours||Friday - Monday||9:00am - 5:00pm||Online||Apply Now|
|October 16, 2020||October 19, 2020||40 hours||Friday - Monday||9:00am - 5:00pm||Online||Apply Now|
Easton Education’s Early Childhood Mental Health certificate course provides workers already working with children such as health providers or working in the education system with fundamental knowledge for important mental health and behavioral skills. Students will gain further knowledge in the most key areas of mental health and behavior including human development, children with disabilities, family systems, and much more.
Children Mental Health
Assessing Children, Young Adults & Families
Caregiving & Development
Children with Disabilities
Encouragement in Young Children
The objective of the Early Childhood Mental Health course is to provide a better understanding of the disorders that constitute mental illnesses. This course will serve to enhance individual skills on how to better assess and manage mental health situations in young children and adolescents.
The Early Childhood Mental Health certificate runs for 40-hours in-class or for 8-weeks through our Self Pace (distance/online education) course. The Self Pace course is broken down into self-study modules and students are evaluated final examinations for each module. The in-class course is a lecture style course and students are evaluated by final examinations for each module. It is recommended that notes are taken during class and the Instructors will provide a list of the recommended readings/textbooks. The class instructors are Professionals with extensive experience in the courses that are being taught.
Who should take this course
This program is specifically designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of medical students/graduates, residents, healthcare professionals, community and social workers, educators and law enforcement officials who work with children with mental health or mood disorders.
What are the registration requirements
– Completed registration form
– Educational or professional experience in healthcare or mental health
What credential will be awarded upon completion of the course
Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive an Early Childhood Mental Health Professional Development certificate.
This program is available in-class and through distance education (online).
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