Is parenting your infant or toddler more difficult or very different from what you expected? Do you sometimes worry that you’re not doing enough or feel overwhelmed with parenting? Are you concerned that your infant cries a lot or has severe colic? Does your infant or toddler have challenges with feeding, difficulty being comforted, or not meeting developmental milestones?

If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, you and your child would benefit from our Infant Mental Health and Early Childhood services (IECMH). IECMH therapists provide relationship-based, age-specific developmental support, education, and interventions to caregivers with infants, toddlers, and children up to age 6. PCS-G IECMH services will work with you to improve your child’s mental health and well-being and enhance their social, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive development. You will learn to better understand your child’s needs, develop new skills to reduce your stress, and how to develop a strong, healthy bond with your child.

PCS-G also offers support for individuals struggling with fertility concerns, pregnancy and infant loss, and women with perinatal or postpartum depression and anxiety.