The New Mexico’s Child and Parent Psychotherapy program brought to you by CYFD’s Behavioral Health Services, provides professionals the opportunity for educational development, to better serve the state.
CYFD holds an annual learning collaborative to roster clinicians in the Infant Mental Health Child Parent Psychotherapy Program.
➡ CPP Introduction Training Series Registration Now Closed
➡ Language of Infants Training Registration Now Closed
What is the purpose of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health?
◊Target the caregiver-infant relationship as the vehicle for restoring and protecting the infant’s or young child’s mental health.
Who are the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) Services intended for?
◊ Infant and young children (0-5), who are experiencing mental health, attachment, and/or behavioral problems and/or have experienced trauma.
What is Child Parent Psychotherapy?
◊ Provides clinical treatment to infants and their caregivers to restore and repair their relationship.
Upcoming Events June
Clinician Call 10-11 MT
Monday, June 21st
Day 1 IMH COP Quarterly IV 9-12:45 MT
Thursday, June 17th
Day 2 IMH COP Quarterly IV 9-5 MT
Friday, June 18th
Language of Infants: What They Know and Need 9-12 MT
Tuesday, June 22nd
CPP Contact Information
Soledad Martinez Ilse Amaya
(505) 827‐4114 (505) 469‐5833
Technical Issues Contact
IECMH Service Providers
Alamogordo Children In Need of Services (575) 434‐3011
All-Faiths (505) 271-0329
Clovis ENMRSH (575) 762‐3718
Desert View (505) 326-7878
Families and Youth, Inc (575) 522-4004
ENIPC (505) 852-1377
Gallup Avenues Early Childhood Services (505) 862‐1026
Olive Tree (575) 894-5646
Pueblo of San Felipe (505) 771- 9900
Rio Rancho Trauma Treatment Center (505)289‐1042
Silver City Western New Mexico University (575)538‐6344
Socorro Presbyterian Health Services (575)838‐2247
Southwest Family Guidance Center (505)830-1871
Taos Golden Willow Counseling (575)770‐9513
Valencia Trauma Treatment Center (505)289‐1042