Endorsement League of States 2013
Endorsement League of States
The following affiliate organizations have entered into or are preparing a licensing agreement with the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health (MI-AIMH) to use the MI-AIMH Competency Guidelines (Alaska) and the MI-AIMH Endorsement® (all of the others) to develop and recognize competency-focused, relationship based practice promoting infant mental health. All are affiliates of the World Association for Infant Mental Health OR are working towards becoming an affiliate.
New Jersey Association for Infant Mental Health
In addition, one large children’s services agency in Florida has purchased a License to Use the Competency Guidelines only.
The League leaders participate in a monthly conference call for the purpose of discussing challenges in promoting the competencies as standards for infant and toddler professionals in their states, in creating interest in endorsement among stakeholders, in building capacity to provide reflective supervision and consultation across service systems, to plan for annual retreats, and to strengthen relationships across participating states on behalf of quality work force development.
MI-AIMH Coordinates the League calls and activities, expanding the reach of the principles and philosophy of the organization.
The League is one remarkable outcome that has led to continuing growth and interest across the country and around the world in the MI-AIMH Competencies and Culturally Sensitive, Relationship-Focused Endorsement Promoting Infant Mental Health.
For more information about the costs of purchasing a license to use the Competency Guidelines®, the Endorsement®, and becoming a member of the US League of States, please go to http://mi-aimh.org/license