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ABC (Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-Up)

An in-home program consisting of 10 weekly, hour-long sessions that engages parent coaches to help caregivers provide nurturing care and responsive, predictable environments that young children need in order to thrive, build resilience and regulate emotions.

  • Eligibility: Any family with a child between 6 months and 48 months old.

CPP (Child Parent Psychotherapy)

A therapeutic approach for children who have experienced at least one traumatic event and/or demonstrate mental health, attachment, or behavioral challenges. Sessions, which include the child and primary caregiver, are aimed at restoring the child’s cognitive, behavioral, and social functioning.

  • Eligibility: Families with children birth through age 5 who have had a stressful experience.

Occupational Therapy

A service that helps children develop the skills and supports needed to manage behavior and engage in the meaningful activities of childhood.

  • Eligibility: Families with children birth through age 18.

SFBT (Solutions Focused Brief Therapy)

Therapeutic intervention that helps children use their strengths to address challenges and achieve goals.

  • Eligibility: Families with children ages 6 through 18 who have had a stressful event.

TF-CBT (Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy)

Therapeutic intervention designed to reduce children’s posttraumatic stress symptoms by helping them process their traumatic experience and learn to manage emotions.

  • Eligibility: Families with children ages 3 through 18 who have had a stressful event.

Parenting is hard, arguably the hardest job you will ever have.  Parenting is even harder when families are not given the support and resources they need.  A family's ability to provide stable, nurturing relationships and environments that children need to thrive can be often out of your control. You are a great parent, we are here to support you and bring PEACE!

The PEACE (Preventing the Effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences) Clinical Program is designed to help families combat the impacts of early adversity and reduce the likelihood of children developing toxic stress, a root cause of adult mental health conditions. Through various therapeutic services, PEACE helps strengthen caregiver-child relationships, while also helping children heal from stressful experiences and improve self-control and confidence in school, community, and social settings.

If you are caring for a child under age 18 in St. Louis City, St. Louis County or St. Charles County who has had a stressful experience and/or struggles with managing their emotions and behaviors, then the following services can help:

Benefits of Participating in PEACE Program:
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Caregivers learn to recognize their children's signals for distress and to play in ways that help them develop healthy brain connections for better emotion and behavior regulation.
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Caregivers recognize and build on their own strengths and may experience fewer symptoms of parenting stress and depression.
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Children develop critical relationship and developmental skills that have long-term benefits. They learn to rely on and trust their parents, which promotes independence, self-esteem, and self-control.
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Want to know more?

Learn more about Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and the science behind our PEACE Clinical Program. 

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