DoD Child Collaboration Study

The Center for Deployment Psychology and Kennedy Krieger Institute are working collaboratively on a study focused on enhancing evidenced-based treatment outcomes for military children with developmental and behavioral health needs. This project explores telehealth and tele-education feasibility and best practices to increase access to specialty care and to identify programs and service delivery models to enhance the care and wellbeing of military-connected children. The study is informed by the results of needs assessment which guide the direction of the four main study components: Military Child ECHO, Telehealth Expansion, Digital Tools and On Demand Training.

The DoD Kids Team at CDP is committed to offering high-quality, evidence-based training to a broad audience. We appreciate the challenges of making time for further education amidst a busy professional schedule. That said, to ensure we can continue offering free access to these trainings, we would like you to make every effort to complete it after registering. Please register only if you have time to complete the training.

Also, remember that by completing this training, psychologists and social workers can earn FREE CEs!

To access the study’s on-demand training catalog, please use the links below.