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PROMISE - For Pregnant Women

Research Question:
Does Childhood Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) provided to low-income, pregnant women -before birth, at 3 months after birth, or both - promote sensitive, responsive parenting and foster a secure mother-infant attachment relationship?

Basic Study Information

Project PROMISE was developed for pregnant women and their babies once they are born. The program provides families with services designed to improve family health and functioning. These services include supports designed to improve familial relationships, one-on-one support if feeling stressed, overwhelmed, or down, and providing information about child development. Inclusion Criteria: Participants will be low-income, pregnant, adult women eligible for Medicaid, WIC, SNAP, or TANF.

Location: Mt. Hope Family Center
Study Web URL:
Study Reference #: 00001720

Lead Researcher (Principal Investigator)

Lead Researcher:  Sheree Toth

Study Contact Information

Study Coordinator: PROMISE Team
Phone: (585) 275-2991

Additional Study Details

Study Details:
To see if you are eligible, call (585)275-2991 ext. 233 or email We also can complete appointments via video chat to help keep everyone safe.

Number of Visits:  6 to 10
Parking:  Free
Transportation Coverage: 
Reimbursement:  Yes

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