Chatham University

Masters of Science Programs in Infant Mental Health

Chatham’s Infant Mental Health Masters programs focus on the personal and professional growth of students, preparing them to promote infant-caregiver relationships.

The MS in Infant Mental Health Counseling (60 Credits) is designed for counseling students who will specifically focus their studies in the infant mental health field. The MS in Infant Mental Health (36 Credits) is an advanced degree for students who want to enter the infant mental health field.

Infant Mental Health Program Structure

Students complete practicum and internships in a variety of settings that serve infants, toddlers, and their families with Reflective Supervision by IMH faculty. Programs feature opportunities to interact with nationally recognized leaders in the Infant Mental Health field.

Six courses within the curriculum are offered online, with the remaining courses completed at Chatham University and in field placements. Full and part time options available.