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Official DC:0–5™ Regional Training - Coming Soon to a Location Near You

With the launch of the highly anticipated DC:0-5™ Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood, ZERO TO THREE is pleased to offer official DC:0-5 training for advanced infant mental health practitioners.

This official 2-day training, delivered by ZERO TO THREE expert faculty, is designed for mental health clinicians, psychiatrists, pediatricians, nurse practitioners, and early intervention specialists whose work with infants, young children, and their families, involves diagnostic formulation and treatment.

Learn more about Official DC:0-5 Training.

Continuing Education credits (CEs) are available for ZERO TO THREE training programs.

Upcoming Sessions

  • Montclair, NJ - in partnership with the New Jersey Association of Infant Mental Health and Montclair State University
    June 15-16, 2017
    (Invitation only - contact us for more information)

  • Phoenix, AZ - in partnership with Southwest Human Development
    July 13-14, 2017
    Arizona Biltmore, 2400 E. Missouri Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85016
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  • San Diego, CA
    November 28-29, 2017
    (at ZERO TO THREE’s Annual Conference 2017)

Check back for additional upcoming sessions.

Sessions fill up quickly, so make plans today.

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About DC:0–5™

DC:0-5 Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood enhances the professional’s ability to prevent, diagnose, and treat mental health problems in the earliest years by identifying and describing disorders not addressed in other classification systems. DC:0-5 uses a multiaxial approach to diagnosis which captures the developmental, relational and contextual understanding of the infant/young child. Individuals across disciplines will find it to be an essential guide to diagnostic formulation with infants and young children, in a wide range of settings.