The Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development (GUCCHD) is committed to ensuring people with disabilities, special health care or behavioral needs—as well as individuals who are experiencing risk factors such as poverty, homelessness or trauma—are served by a well-trained workforce. Creating future leaders, scholars, and providers to address the interests and needs of people with developmental disabilities across the lifespan is the driving force for all our educational programs.
Through a variety of formats, our Center provides exemplary workforce development on a number of topics including early childhood, developmental disabilities, mental health, advocacy, cultural and linguistic competence, and leadership.
Our multi-disciplinary programs are designed to meet the needs of state, tribal, and territorial leaders, as well as students at the undergraduate and graduate levels, service providers, and program administrators in the Washington DC metropolitan region, across the country and throughout the world.
The Center’s ongoing technical assistance, community and clinical services, and our applied research and evaluation contribute to the content expertise delivered through our workforce development.
For more information about our workforce development capacity contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Center of Excellence for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation
- TA for Early Childhood Systems of Care through National Training and Technical Assistance Center for Child, Youth, and Family Mental Health (NTTAC)
Cultural and Linguistic Competence
- Adults with Intellectual Disabilities: The Nurses Role
- Georgetown University Disability Studies Initiative courses:
- The Nursing Roundtables for nurses serving individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in DC.
- Georgetown University Graduate Certificate in Early Intervention Program
- Early Childhood Intervention Professional Development Center
- Contemporary Practices in Early Intervention
- Adapting an Evidenced-Based Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Model (ECMHC) for DC Preschool and PreK a project funded by Fight for Children adapted the ECMHC model developed by Georgetown’s Center for Child and Human for implementation in early childhood classrooms in DC public charter schools.