Student Jocilynne Jepson Contributes to Children's Mental Health Network
Her Morning Zen article, "Making the Case for Prevention", shares recommendations on the effectiveness of mental health prevention services for children and adolescents.

2023-2024 Graduate Catalog Now Available
Learn more about the application requirements, core courses and focus areas.

Mental Health & Wellness in the Workplace Course: Registration Open!
CABH Assistant Professor Jessica Rice is among the speakers of this course that introduces the business case for addressing mental health and wellness in the workplace.

Fall 2023 Course! The Business of Behavioral Health
This fully online, asynchronous course is designed to explore behavioral health as an enterprising entity.

Recent Graduates Share Program Experiences
Learn more about the CABH program from our recent students.

Heather Groves Recipient of Children's Mental Health Network Scholarship
 As part of the scholarship, Heather will complete six credit hours of field experience with CMHN conducting program evaluation research.

Student Julia Brookover's Article on Self-care in this Pandemic Profiled on Children's Mental Health Research Network!
During her internship, Julia worked to research ways in which case management for individuals with developmental disabilities and mental health needs changed, responded, and innovated in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

CABH Program Ranks 3rd in Human and Family Development Degree Programs by Intelligent.com.
The 2020 rankings are calculated through a unique scoring system which includes student engagement, potential return on investment, and leading third-party evaluations.

Online MS in Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health Program Earns No. 1 Ranking by BestColleges
USF's Online Master's in Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health Program has been selected as one of BestColleges.com’s Best Online Master's in Child Development programs for 2019.

Latest Newsletter Profiles Academic Programs
CFS’s unique blend of experience in research, training and technical assistance – combined with its strong interdisciplinary academic programs focused on addressing issues that impact the well-being of children, adults and families – makes the department a one-of-a-kind on the USF campus.

Practicum Profile: Children's Mental Health Network
USF's CABH Program partners with community, youth, and family agencies across the United States and internationally to provide field experience opportunities for our graduate students.

Program Testimonials
Employers and students share experiences with the fully-online Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (CABH) program at USF.