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DWIHN – ECLS: Reflective Supervision: The Use of Rupture and Repair Part II

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DWIHN – ECLS: Matters of Equity: A social justice informed IECMH treatment approach

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2020 IMH Statewide Training: An In-depth Exploration of Early Development – Part Two

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Ounce of Prevention Fund

MI-AIMH/The Alliance Approved Training Opportunity.  Achieve OnDemand™ online training courses from the Ounce of Prevention Fund can earn you in-service credits towards Endorsement®. To register for Achieve OnDemand, visit here. To learn more about Achieve OnDemand, visit here.

Foundation for Culturally Sensitive Relationship-focused Infant Mental Health Practice Core Competency Training Series

Registration is now open for MI-AIMH’s 10-month curriculum “Foundation for Culturally Sensitive Relationship-focused Infant Mental Health Practice Core Competency Training Series” also known as “Core Curriculum Series”! The Core Curriculum Series focuses on the process and content of Infant Mental Health (IMH) practice as it is applied in 0-6 home visiting programs. This series will take place via Zoom and includes twenty half-day sessions (2 per month) from October 2020- through July 2021.  This series meets all of the competency requirements for Endorsement® as Infant Family Specialist and many of those for Infant Mental Health Specialist which is helpful for those that are working towards Endorsement®!   Click HERE for all of the details for this learning series!

NEW – IMH Telehealth Tool

We recognize this is an unprecedented time for all, but especially when working with infants, toddlers, and their families. This tool has been created to support you as you begin Telehealth services, likely for the first time.  We hope that you find it useful. This document was created by leadership representatives from MI-AIMH and the Alliance, Zero to Thrive at the University of MI and the Michigan Department of Human Services Children's Division. Please feel free to distribute this tool widely. Telehealth IMH Document

It’s all about Relationships!: Early Parenting and Child Development from an Infant Mental Health Perspective

This online 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.
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