Join MI-AIMH, Marva Lewis, PhD and Dana E. Crawford, PhD on August 10-11, 2017 for a two-day training. A strengths approach is used to incorporate observations of hair-combing interaction (HCI) between a caregiver and child, as an additional tool for assessment or as a brief intervention to strengthen caregiver-child relationships. Click here to register now!
The Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health® is a global organization that includes those states and countries whose infant mental health associations have licensed the use of the Competency Guidelines® and Endorsement for Culturally Sensitive, Relationship-Focused Practice Promoting Infant Mental Health® under their associations’ names. Visit the Alliance website!
MI-AIMH EXPANDS ON A FAVORITE TRAINING TOOL WITH A NEW TWIST! Explore the professional and personal world of reflective supervision in this 2-disc DVD set featuring infant mental health mentors providing reflective supervision/consultation to infant-family professionals in a variety of practice settings.
This has been a monumental year for MI-AIMH! The MI-AIMH Board moved forward with energy and resolve to strengthen MI-AIMH’s mission to educate, advocate, and collaborate on behalf of the social and emotional health of infants, very young children, and families. Read all of the highlights from 2015!
Sheryl Goldberg, MSW, IMH-E®, MI-AIMH’s very own Training Institute Coordinator, shares how Early Attachments: Infant Mental Health Home Visiting answers the question “What about the Baby?” at the 2015 Central Michigan University Early Childhood: Shifting Mindsets summit. This video highlights some great talking points that can help you in your conversations with others about infant Learn More →