Childhood Mental Health issues are on the rise. Teachers, parents, and communities are at a loss for how to effectively address these issues. There is an extreme shortage of professionals to refer children birth to 5 to when there are suspected mental health issues. Would you rather know how to address the issue to improve a child’s social and emotional functioning in the classroom or to help a parent achieve peace of mind and a sense of confidence about what to do to prevent or manage a child with challenging behaviors? Or would you rather ignore the problem and watch the negative impact of unaddressed mental health issues among young children spread and affect family units, communities, and eventually the broader society?

In Georgia alone 50% of the 159 counties lack trained and certified social workers, psychologists, and psychiatrists to serve children with diagnosed mental health issues. As a result 75-80% of those children go untreated. Achieving the best outcomes for these children is of the utmost importance to the stability of families, schools, and communities. It requires increasing the pool of trained professionals, knowledgeable about what Early Childhood mental health is, and a commitment to early identification, intervention, prevention, and treatment.


Stay tuned for the next interactive and engaging workshop to develop your knowledge of the history of Early Childhood Mental Health in the Medical and Social Work disciplines, to understand how to recognize the signs of early childhood mental health issues and implement evidence based strategies to effectively promote the social and emotional health of children birth to five.


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Dr. J. E.. Brigman, Ed.D., LCSW

Dr. Brigman is a 20+ year veteran in the field of social work and education. She is the author of  “Mommy, Daddy, Look What I Can Do! A Parent Guide to Teachable Moments for a Great Academic Future”. She heads the Mental Health Program for Easter Seals North Georgia, one of the largest Head Start grantees in Georgia serving over 1, 400 children birth to 5, and is a private practitioner counseling, in part, the specialized population of children birth to five and their families.Dr. Brigman is  certified in the Incredible Years Small Group treatment model and the Parent Group Leader model, which focuses on improving the social and emotional health of children by teaching self-regulation strategies, and empowering parents with effective parenting strategies. Dr. Brigman serves as a Field Instructor for University System of Georgia  and Case Western Reserve University in the promotion of young professionals in the field of Early Childhood Mental Health.  Her training  and publishing  experience spans 12 years and includes local, state, and national conferences and publications.

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2017 Winter - Spring Training

Successful Therapeutic Solutions for Treating Challenging Families - Coming Soon!!!


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Our Speciality Trainings focus on Early Childhood Mental Health.

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