The primary focus of this clinic is the mental health and emotional development of very young children (up to age six).  This clinic specializes in the identification and treatment of early onset mental health disorders and brief interventions to enhance the parent-child relationship and strengthen parenting skills.  It serves as a training clinic for the child psychiatry fellows.  Joan Luby, MD and Neha Navsaria, PhD are co-directors of this clinic.  Expanded mental health services for young children and parenting interventions are also available through a clinical research service within the Hermann Center for Child and Family Development.  Clinicians within this research program include, Jamie Hook, MD, Jennifer Pautsch, LPC, Mary Grace Portell, LPC, Kathryn Galvin, LCSW, and Tatiyahna Richardson, LMSW.