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IMH Statewide Training Featuring Michael Trout, MA

Psychotherapy with Infants and Their Families: What Makes it Work? Infant-Parent Psychotherapy During Pregnancy – Three Part training series with Michael Trout, MA. Be sure to join us in Lansing! Save the Dates: April 13, 2018; June 22, 2018; October 12, 2018 Registration expected to open in February 2018

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January-February Product Feature

Add to your Social Emotional Stages Wheel inventory – with these Wheel Bundles – available January 1st through February 28, 2018: Everyone receives Membership pricing Get an ADDITIONAL 20% off – bundles of 25, 50, 100 and 200 FREE Fatherhood Wheel with purchase Click HERE to shop

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DC:0-5 Webinar Series

This offering combines a series of four 90 min. webinars for a single cohort of Michigan 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.  This webinar series requires several steps to register.  Dates: Friday, Jan. 19, 2018; Friday, Learn More →

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December Product Feature

FREE Shipping December Get FREE shipping on your entire order throughout the month of December.  Minimum product order of $25.00 is required.   This promo is only good for shipping in the U.S. Click HERE to shop – use COUPON CODE during check-out: freeshipdec

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Social Action Message 2017

Read the piece written by the Social Action Committee Co-Chairs, “Our Thoughts Are With You, The Helpers”  A message of hope from MI-AIMH Social Action Committee Co-Chairs, Andrea Rodgers & Kristyn Driver.

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November Product Sale

Reflecting in November Reflections From the Field: Celebrating 40 Years  for *$40.00 ($10.00 savings). This compilation of 51 articles were selected from the organization’s newsletter, the Infant Crier representing the extraordinary contributions that Michigan professionals across disciplines and in a variety of settings have made to the growth of the infant mental health field. Click HERE to shop Learn More →

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October Product SALE

Celebrate Babies in October! Relationships First + 18 Baby States Wheels for $35.00* – that’s a savings of $12.00.  Check-out these new bundles that are available in categories “Social/Emotional Development & IMH Program & Practice” for  the month of October HERE.

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IMH Statewide Committee Training – Part 3

Choosing where to place one’s attention and intervention focus in infant mental health work and parent-infant psychotherapy can be challenging.  Join Julie Ribaudo, LMSW, ACSW, IMH-E® on October 13, 2017 in Okemos.   Click here to register now!

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Providing Reflective Supervision/Consultation: How do I begin?

This training is intended for anyone who is endorsed as an Infant Family Specialist, Infant Mental Health Specialist or Infant Mental Health Mentor-Clinical and is interested in learning about how to begin the process of becoming a provider of reflective supervision/consultation (RSC) for professionals who work in the infant and early childhood field. Join us Learn More →

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September Snapshot – Celebrate Babies!

Get ready for Celebrate Babies Week: October 16-20, 2017!  In this month’s Snapshot, learn about how YOU can participate!  We challenge you to host an event – big or small!  Click here to view the September Snapshot!

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Product of the Month! 20% off any MI-AIMH Product

September Stock-Up Sale!  20% off any MI-AIMH Product* Purchase a minimum of $100 in MI-AIMH products and receive 20% off your order through the month of September.  Any purchase over $500 will receive a 10% off coupon to be used at a later date.  Stock up on your favorites now!  Use code september20 at checkout!

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The Role of Hair Combing Interaction in Caregiver Child Attachment – Talk, Touch & Listen

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!

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