School-Based Early Childhood Behavioral Health Program
EMU (EMU Community Behavioral Health Center), University of Michigan
Workforce Development Focus
Improving the quality of healthcare workforce
Workforce Issues Addressed
Increasing the training available to current healthcare professionals
The School-Based Early Childhood Behavioral Health Program is a partnership between EMU, University of Michigan and select early childhood satellite preschools in Washtenaw County. The Program is meant to train Master's and Doctoral students in Psychology in conducting psychological assessments and delivering therapy for emotional and behavioral issues in early learning center preschools. The goal of this program is to prepare graduate students to provide clinical mental health services and to increase families' access to these services.