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IMH Statewide Committee Meeting

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Foundation for Culturally Sensitive Relationship-focused Infant Mental Health Practice

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PICCOLO

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Birth to Six Early Childhood Learning Series – Supporting Infants and Toddlers in Foster Care

First3Years Webinar: Growth and Repair in Child Welfare

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Birth to Six Early Childhood Learning Series – Supporting Infants and Toddlers in Foster Care

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DECA I/T

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Zero to Three DC: 0-5 Webinar

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Birth to Six Early Childhood Learning Series – Supervising IMH Court Cases

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Ounce of Prevention Fund

Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health® Approved Training Opportunity
Achieve OnDemand™ online training courses from the Ounce of Prevention Fund can earn you in-service credits towards Endorsement® from your state’s Infant Mental Health Association if a member of the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health. To register for Achieve OnDemand, visit here. To learn more about Achieve OnDemand, visit here.

2017 MI-AIMH Biennial Conference

Early Bird Registration is OPEN! May 7-9, 2017;  Kalamazoo, MI. "Integrating Mindfulness and Diversity in Practice: Nurturing Authentic Relationships with Infants, Young Children, and Families."

Endorsement® Office Hours

Get all of your Endorsement® questions answered!  This is your opportunity to call in and ask questions or just call in and listen. April 21, 12 - 1:00 May 4, 9:30 - 10:30 May 17, 10 - 11:00
 

It’s all about Relationships!: Early Parenting and Child Development from an Infant Mental Health Perspective (online training opportunity!)

Young children need healthy early relationships in order to grow and thrive. Parents and caregivers need support to nurture their young children. This course will review the processes that support social-emotional development in the young child. We will also review some of the central ways in which parents form and nurture their relationships with their young children. For children, and parents, and communities, and social workers: It’s all about relationships!
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