We specialize in early childhood mental health and serve children and families with histories of adversity and trauma.
Our culturally informed mental health professionals and occupational and speech therapists are ready to help each family with a program designed just for them.
The Parent-Child Program nurtures the development of caregiving relationships, primarily the parent-child relationship when stressors have been present.
Our Family Place Program promotes the positive and healthy development of children by identifying emotional, social, and developmental needs in a therapeutic classroom experience.
We provide early intervention for infants and young children who may by experiencing differences in development, partnering with caregivers throughout their child's episode of care.
The Harman Center for Child and Family Wellbeing is located on the grounds of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Downtown Minneapolis:
1200 Marquette Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55403
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We specialize in early childhood mental health and serve children and families with histories of adversity and trauma, emotional/behavioral disturbances, developmental delays and disabilities, medical complications and other challenges.
Morning and afternoon day treatment classrooms are available for children ages two and a half through kindergarten. The goals of classroom intervention are to repair social, emotional and behavioral functioning, improve the child’s self-esteem and self-confidence, and increase the child's capacity to engage in successful relationships.
Home visits are tailored to meet the family's unique needs. They will be matched with a mental health practitioner and a mental health professional.
We accept payment through Medical Assistance (MA) and MA PMAPS.
Services provided in Autism Day Treatment include:
Intake and assessment for this program begins with the child, family, a mental health professional, and an East African mental health practitioner.
We accept many major insurances, Medical Assistance/TEFRA, PMAPs and private pay.
We provide early intervention for infants and young children who may be experiencing differences in development that may be associated with neonatal problem, developmental disabilities, neurological dysfunction, and/or genetic disorders.
Our Occupational and Speech Language Pathologists will work to improve outcomes in the following developmental areas:
Our therapists will work together to provide an integrated treatment plan for those children receiving more than one type of therapy, partnering with caregivers throughout their child’s episode of care.
All major insurance, Medical Assistance/TEFRA, PMAPs and private pay.
The Parent-Child Program nurtures the development of caregiving relationships, primarily the parent-child relationship, when stressors have make it difficult to consistently meet the needs of their children.
Working with the Parent-Child Program means: