It was such a treat to have you speak to our PEPS Group. I am truly awed by all of your baby knowledge and the extremely gentle, tactful way that you shared it with the group.
— PEPS Facilitator Carey Schwaber Armstrong, about Cooper House clinician, Emily A. Anderson

Training and Support

Cooper House staff provide customized training for caregivers and professionals on topics related to early social emotional development and infant and early childhood mental health.  A sample of available workshops:

  • Principles of Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health

  • Addressing Emotional/Mental Health Needs of Children in Child Care

  • Co-regulation in Early Childhood Setting

  • Impact of Trauma on Children

  • Considering Trauma in Young Children with Special Needs

  • Working with Aggression in Preschoolers

Our team is experienced facilitating workshops with diverse audiences include parents, volunteers, nurses, social workers, therapists, home visitors, childcare providers, parent educators, and early interventionists.

Some trainings are MERIT-credit eligible. To inquire about a training, please contact Jane Hinton, Managing Director.

If you work with children from birth to 5 years, and are interested in Washington State’s Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health endorsement process, please visit WA-AIMH to learn more. Cooper House is pleased to support this endeavor alongside IECMH professionals.