MSW Student Receives Clinical Fellowship in Home-Based Child and Family Treatment at Yale University's Child Study Center within the School of Medicine.

picture of ellen MSW student Ellen Johnson has been accepted into a year-long Clinical Fellowship in Home-Based Child and Family Treatment at Yale University's Child Study Center within the School of Medicine. The Child Study Center is known for it's research in autism, conduct disorders, and childhood Tourette's. Ellen will be working in the IICAPS Program, which stands for Intensive, In-home Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services. Clients are typically 8-15 years old and on the verge of an out-of-home placement due to their mental illness. The intervention is short-term (3 months) and focused on allowing the child to remain in the least restrictive environment. You can find out more at http://childstudycenter.yale.edu/swfellowship/index.html

 

 

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