Brianna and Tanya: A case study about infant and early childhood mental health

The Brianna and Tanya case study is an interactive, web-based tool that helps professionals and would-be-professionals explore children’s mental health. (See more about the Children, Youth & Family Consortium's Children’s mental health case studies.)

This case study allows others to get to know a young African American mother and her daughter from infancy through kindergarten, and the many influences on their lives.

This case study is currently offered to instructors and their staff and students in graduate and undergraduate level courses. It is designed to supplement existing course curricula.

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Cost and registration

The Brianna and Tanya case study is only available as part of an academic course.

To get started, the primary instructor for the course needs to register. Registration for the primary instructor is free.

Instructors will then receive an email with additional instructions to forward to their co-instructors, teaching assistants, and course students. Pricing varies accordingly.

  • Co-instructors and teaching assistants can register for the case study for free.

  • Course students register for the case study at the rate of $25/student.

Get tips to integrating this case study with your course on the main webpage: Children’s mental health case studies.

Once you register for the course, you will have access to the case study for the length of the course(s) listed as part of the instructor's registration process.

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