Professional Training



Do you work with children ages 1 to 10 in person or through telehealth? Parent Child Care (PC-CARE) providers coach parents and young children in the moment on ways to build positive communication, increase cooperative family time, and strengthen coping and resilience. Our PC-CARE trainees learn how to effectively coach families through real life challenges that often occur during mealtime, bedtime, chores, schoolwork, sibling conflict, etc.   Join Dr. Karrie Lager, a UC Davis Training Partner, for a fun and interactive online PC-CARE training experience. 

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Do you work with parents  and want to teach them calm, compassionate and positive parenting strategies?

Join us for our masterclass filled with helpful tips and tools for working with parents and children online, in the office, or in their homes. 





Stacking Blocks

Perfect for online, In-home, or office based private practices. If you’re looking to grow your practice, our consultation calls are for you! We focus on creative ways to network, maximize your referrals, increase your productivity, and keep the passion in your practice!  We have practice-building calls for child therapists and certified PCIT and PC-CARE therapists. 



"Karrie is the BEST PCIT trainer. I had the honor to be trained by her from 2013-2014. She is knowledgable, professional, well prepared, and incredibly easy to work with. She embodies the PCIT skills that we teach our caregivers such as focusing on what I did well and provided labeled praises for those things. Learning a new intervention was overwhelming at times, and she made me feel capable and supported. Her parallel style of training made me not only see the results of PCIT, but also helped me feel and experience the power of it. Karrie was generous with her teachings, sharing helpful “tricks” that only a seasoned trainer could provide. I continue to consult with Karrie and consider her a mentor and an expert in the field. I feel lucky to have been trained by Dr. Lager and I highly recommend her to anyone interested in learning about PCIT."


— Paula Strauss, Psy.D.