EMU Early Childhood Satellite Clinics
The Early Childhood Satellite Clinics specialize in helping children ages 1-6 and their families.
The EMU Community Behavioral Health Center is pleased to offer a unique resource to Washtenaw County families. Through a partnership with local preschools and funding provided by the Michigan Health Endowment Fund, we are offering no-cost assessment and therapy services for families who attend the EMU Children's Institute, The Collaborative: YMCA Ypsilanti Child Development Center, or the Ford Early Learning Center. These satellite clinics will provide assessment, parent-guidance, and child therapy for issues such as:
- Behavior problems
- Fears, worry, or anxiety
- Anger, tantrums, or aggressive behavior
- Excessive sadness or withdrawn behavior
- Stressful or scary experiences
- Parent-child relationship problems
- Adjustment issues
- Problems with routines, sleeping, or eating
- Social problems
Services will be provided by clinical psychology graduate students under the supervision of a licensed EMU clinical psychology faculty member and will take place at the centers or virtually through a confidential zoom platform. Appointments are available during CBHC clinic hours. If your child attends the EMU Children's Institute, the Ypsilanti YMCA Child Development Center, or Ford Early Learning Center, please speak with your child's teacher or school director for more information. We hope to expand to other preschools in the future.