Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) is an intervention for young children, birth through age 5, who have experienced at least one traumatic event and are experiencing behavior, attachment, and/or mental health problems, including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The child and parent/caregiver are treated together. The central goal of CPP is to support and strengthen the caregiver-child relationship as a vehicle for restoring and protecting the child’s mental health.

To learn more about CPP and (for providers) find training in how to implement CPP in your practice, click the link below.

To find a CPP provider in Connecticut, visit the Evidence-Based Practices Directory.