For Behavioral Health Professionals
Children’s Health Council accepts referrals from professionals. We are also committed to training current and future professionals who work with children.
When you refer a patient or client to Children’s Health Council, we ask the family for consent to keep you informed.
After an evaluation*, we will send the summary and full report.
If your patient or client receives additional services at Children’s Health Council, we will keep you informed. You may also contact us for an update on your patient’s or client’s progress.
Children’s Health Council is committed to training current and future professionals who work with children. Thousands of professionals throughout the country and internationally have benefited from our training.
We offer training for pre-doctoral psychology interns (a joint program with Stanford University). For program and application information, visit Predoctoral Internship Program in Psychology.
For more information contact:
Lydia Flasher, PhD
Director of Psychology Training Programs
Please note: Children’s Health Council no longer offers a post-doctoral fellowship program.
Children’s Health Council offers continuing education courses taught on site by top professionals each year. Classes are accredited by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences and the American Psychological Association and are led by licensed professionals. Continuing education credits are available for MFTs, LCSWs and psychologists. Depending on the topic, classes can be a full day or half day. Full day classes include lunch. Fees: $150 for full day, $75 for half day.
To receive notice of continuing education classes, email firstname.lastname@example.org and request to be included on our email and mailing list for professionals. For more information and to register: chcprofdev.eventbrite.com or 650.617.3853.
Register online at chcprofdev.eventbrite.com.
Children’s Health Council is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education credits for psychologists. Children’s Health Council maintains responsibility for this program and its content.