Penfield Early Pathways
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TRAINING & CERTIFICATIONS

Early Pathways offers two training options. One is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of challenging behaviors and stress/trauma-related concerns in young children to anyone who may work with children in any capacity, and the second is for mental health practitioners to become certified as an Early Pathways provider.

foundations of early childhood mental health

TRAINING PROGRAM

This presentation is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of challenging behaviors and stress/trauma-related concerns in young children ages birth to 6 years old. 

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early PATHWAYS CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

TRAINING PROGRAM

This training is designed for mental health practitioners in the Early Pathways treatment model. At the end of the program, participants will have a thorough knowledge of the treatment components, assessments, and skills within the model. Participants will then participate in a consultation as they implement the Early Pathways Program with clients. By the end of the consultation process, participants will be eligible for certification as an Early Pathways practitioner. 

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REVIEWS

We were very pleased to learn that EP received the highest possible rating as “HIGHLY RELEVANT” for use by staff working in Child Welfare Agencies.

CALIFORNIA EVIDENCE-BASED CLEARINGHOUSE FOR CHILD WELFARE (CEBC)

Outcome #1: Disruptive Behavior Disorders and Externalizing/Antisocial Behaviors

This program is effective for reducing disruptive behavior disorders and externalizing/antisocial behaviors. The review of the program yielded strong evidence of a favorable effect (effect size = .95)

SAMHSA’S NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMS AND PRACTICES

Outcome #2: Family-Child Relationship.

This program is effective for improving the family-child relationship. The review of the program yielded strong evidence of a favorable effect (effect size = .97).

SAMHSA’S NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMS AND PRACTICES

Outcome #3: General Functioning and Well-Being

This program is effective for improving general functioning and well-being. The review of the program yielded strong evidence of a favorable effect (effect size = 2.47).

SAMHSA’S NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMS AND PRACTICES

Outcome #4: Social Functioning/Competence

This program is effective for improving social functioning/competence. The review of the program yielded strong evidence of a favorable effect (effect size = .55).

SAMHSA’S NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMS AND PRACTICES

Outcome #5: Unspecified and Other Mental Health Disorders

This program is effective for reducing unspecified and other mental health disorders. The review of the program yielded strong evidence of a favorable effect (effect size = .99).

SAMHSA’S NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMS AND PRACTICES

Outcome #6: Parenting Behaviors

This program is promising for improving parenting behaviors. The review of the program yielded sufficient evidence of a favorable effect (effect size = .40).

SAMHSA’S NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMS AND PRACTICES