IECMH Community of Practice (CoP)

IECMH Community of Practice (CoP)

The IECMH Community of Practice connects clinicians across Nebraska to build community and have free access to resources and workshops to continue to build clinical skills in their practice.

Eligibility Criteria

You are eligible to join our IECMH CoP if you are a licensed mental health clinician or a supervising clinician who are treating children ages 7 or under.

Benefits of the IECMH CoP

Intensive Skill Building Workshops

Ongoing intensive skill building workshops to build your clinical skills.

Counselor Café

Opportunities for mental health counselors to pause and reflect on their own needs, identify what they need to integrate for their own wellness, and allow space to grow together. This is a safe space for mental health counselors to share their thoughts in confidentiality

Reflective Practice Training for Clinicians

Reflective Practice is a relationship-based practice that assists in mitigating the effects of emotionally intrusive work.

Reflective Consultation to IECMH clinicians

A reliable, consistent, confidential space to better understand your own experiences working with young children and families.

Child-Parent Psychotherapy Work Reimbursement Program

A reimbursement program for services performed by CPP Clinicians.

Learn More about Child-Parent Psychotherapy Work Reimbursement Program

IECMH CoP Library

The IECMH Community of Practice (CoP) Library provides IECMH clinicians access to IECMH, CPP, and IoWA-PCIT specific libraries, giving access to resources that support the work of the clinician providing treatment to young children.

Learn More about IECMH CoP Library

Upcoming IECMH CoP Events

Play and Child-Parent Psychotherapy

Date: August 30, 2024
Time: 9:30 AM CDT


2024 Nebraska Counselor Cafe (Lincoln)

Date: September 13, 2024
Time: 9:00 AM CDT

Doane University - Lincoln (303 N. 52nd St.)

IECMH Trainings & Courses

Early mental health intervention is needed across Nebraska. We offer training and courses to help clinicians and other professionals work with young children on a variety of infant and early childhood mental health issues.

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