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December 2017

Early Childhood Learning Series – Foundation for Culturally Sensitive Relationship-focused IMH Practice

December 8 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
The Guidance Center, Center For Excellence, 13111 Allen Rd.
Southgate, MI 48195 United States
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Registration is Open! Foundation for Culturally Sensitive Relationship-focused Infant Mental Health Practice With Detroit Wayne Mental Health Authority support, this 10-month curriculum will focus on process and content of infant mental health (IMH) practice as it is applied in 0-3 home visiting programs. Dates: please note that the start day - DAY 1 is Friday, December 8th Friday, Dec. 8th Friday, Jan. 12th Friday, Feb. 9th Tuesday, March 6th Tuesday, March 27th Friday, April 20th Friday,, May 4th Tuesday, May…

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January 2018

Zero to Three DC: 0-5 Webinar Series

January 19, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Registration is OPEN! Zero to Three DC: 0-5 Webinar Series This offering combines a series of four 90 minute webinars for a single cohort of mental health clinicians aimed at introducing the key content and approach of the DC:0-5 with an emphasis on how to best apply this approach in practice.  The following is an outline of the topics for this webinar series: DC:0-5 Overview -January 19, 2018 - This initial webinar will serve as an overview of DC:0-5 Diagnosis…

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March 2018

2018 Maternal Infant Health Statewide Conference

March 5, 2018 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

2018 Maternal Infant Health Statewide Conference A Strategic Approach to Improving Maternal and Infant Health The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) Infant Mortality Advisory Council (IMAC) and the Alliance for Innovation in Maternal health (MI AIM) in partnership with national and local organizations invites you to a FREE statewide conference.  The primary goal of this conference is to create synergy and align priorities between public and private organizations as well as provide educational opportunities that will allow…

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April 2018

Statewide Committee Training – Psychotherapy with Infant and Their Families

April 13, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Okemos Conference Center, 2187 University Park Dr.
Okemos, 48864 United States
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SAVE THE DATE Psychotherapy with Infants and Their Families: What Makes it Work? Infant-Parent Psychotherapy During Pregnancy In this year of the 100th anniversary of Selma Fraiberg’s birth, we are privileged to sit together, over several months, to re-examine the original clinical and developmental principles that undergird our field; to update them with new advances in developmental neurobiology—including the science of loss and trauma and new findings in prenatal psychology; and to explore again how it all works. All three…

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June 2018

Statewide Committee Training – Psychotherapy with Infants and Their Families – PART II

June 22, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Okemos Conference Center, 2187 University Park Dr.
Okemos, 48864 United States
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SAVE THE DATE Psychotherapy with Infants and Their Families: What Makes it Work? Psychotherapy with Infants and Their Families In this year of the 100th anniversary of Selma Fraiberg’s birth, we are privileged to sit together, over several months, to re-examine the original clinical and developmental principles that undergird our field; to update them with new advances in developmental neurobiology—including the science of loss and trauma and new findings in prenatal psychology; and to explore again how it all works.…

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October 2018

Statewide Committee Training – Psychotherapy with Infants and Their Families – PART III

October 12, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Okemos Conference Center, 2187 University Park Dr.
Okemos, 48864 United States
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SAVE THE DATE Psychotherapy with Infants and Their Families: What Makes it Work? Dyadic Psychotherapy with Toddlers and Preschoolers and Their Families In this year of the 100th anniversary of Selma Fraiberg’s birth, we are privileged to sit together, over several months, to re-examine the original clinical and developmental principles that undergird our field; to update them with new advances in developmental neurobiology—including the science of loss and trauma and new findings in prenatal psychology; and to explore again how…

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