Koehler for Mental Health Professionals
Mental health professionals play a unique role in the lives of children and their families and, of course, approach this role from varied ethical and professional frameworks. Regardless of theoretical orientation, child clinicians work diligently to help children and their families cope with special mental health needs. This section of the website is intended to serve as a repository of information useful to professional clinicians from basic information on attachment and child development to assessment materials and continuing education.
- Continuing Education Programs
- Online Presentations
- About Attachment
- About Child Development
- Treatment Options
- Assessment Tools
- Professional Associations
- Basic Questions Kids Ask (pdf)
The MSU School of Social Work, together with the Association for Children's Mental Health, is now an NIMH Outreach Partner through the National Institute of Mental Health's Office of Constituency Relations and Public Liaison. The NIMH Outreach Partnership Program focuses on training and dissemination. It works to increase the public's access to science-based mental health information and enhance opportunities for the public to benefit from participation in research.