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DWMHA – ECLS – Supporting Sensory Processing Needs in Infant Mental Health

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Reflective Supervision – Part 1: The Development of a Partnership

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Relationships Matter: Attachment in the First Six Years of Life

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DWMHA – ECLS – An Introduction to Infant Mental Health Theory and Practice for Home Visitors

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DWMHA – ECLS – An Introduction to Infant Mental Health Theory and Practice for Home Visitors

Infant Family Associate & Infant Family Specialist Submission Deadline!

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MI-AIMH’s Foundational 3-day IMH Training

An Introduction to Infant Mental Health Theory & Practice with Home Visitors - Join us in St. John's Michigan on October 16, 17 and November 9, 2018 from 9:30 am - 4:30 pm.

Event details and registration HERE The first 35 to register and attend will receive a FREE MI-AIMH Pregnancy Wheel!  

2018 Explorations in Development Conference

An Innovative Framework To Examine Culture, Power, and Privilege When Working With, and On Behalf Of, Diverse Young Children and Families with Cassandra Joubert, ScD and Kristine Gose, MA from California

Join us on October 22-23, 2018 from 9:00 am - 4:30 pm. Be sure to take advantage of Early Bird Registration by Sept. 16th and save $25! Event details and registration HERE

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.

Reflective Supervision Training

Reflective Supervision Part Two: Partnering for Growth, Understanding and Depth with Kathleen Baltman, MA, IMH-E® This workshop will be for those providing individual or group reflective supervision. It is expected that attendees have received their own reflective supervision as well as provided reflective supervision to at least one professional. You may still attend this training, even if you did not attend Part 1. Join us in Lansing on September 27, 2018 Registration available HERE
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