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October 2020

2020-2021 Foundations Core Competency Training Series

October 7 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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.   …

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An Introduction to Infant Mental Health Theory & Practice for Home Visitors

October 9 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Registration is OPEN, there are only a couple seats left! An Introduction to Infant Mental Health Theory and Practice for Home Visitors IMH 3-Day Training This training provides Infant Mental Health Home Visiting professionals the opportunity to share and learn about their work through video, group discussion, and clinical observations. participants will consider new ways of working with infants, toddlers, and families that support parent infant relationships. An overview of Infant Mental Health theory, attachment, strategies, assessment, and interventions will…

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2020 Explorations in Development: The Intersection of Sensory Processing Disorders & Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health

October 13 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Registration is OPEN! 2020 Conference: Explorations in Development The Intersection of Sensory Processing Disorders & Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Sensation is the raw material mediating the formation of the earliest relationships, contributing to the regulation of emotion and behavior and the construction of knowledge-all key components of Infant Mental Health. The manner in which children register, process and interpret sensation, contributes significantly to how they perceive and appraise reality and consequently how they are apt to behave. If a child’s…

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November 2020

Resilience and Risk in Early Development: An Infant Mental Health ‘Back to Basics’ Series – Part I

November 19 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Registration is OPEN Resilience and Risk in Early Development: An Infant Mental Health ‘Back to Basics’ Series Part I:  Early Attachment:  The Psychological Worlds of Infants and their Caregivers Attachment theory is foundational to the field of Infant Mental Health.  Infants rely on their caregivers to provide a secure base and a safe haven.  When things go well, infants grow, develop and thrive within safe and supportive relationships with their caregivers.  Understanding the normative development of the attachment system and…

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Resilience and Risk in Early Development: An Infant Mental Health ‘Back to Basics’ Series – Part II

November 20 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Registration is OPEN Resilience and Risk in Early Development: An Infant Mental Health ‘Back to Basics’ Series Part II:  Trauma & Toxic Stress:  Effects on Parenting and Early Child Development Trauma and toxic stress interfere with adaptive parenting and healthy early child development.  This workshop will describe the social, psychological, behavioral and neurobiological effects of trauma on parents and on infants and very young children.  Understanding the way trauma manifests in young children and their parents can help us provide…

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Reflective Supervision: The Use of Rupture & Repair to Further Relationship-Based IMH Practice, Part II

November 30 @ 9:00 am - December 1 @ 12:00 pm

Registration is OPEN! Reflective Supervision: The Use of Rupture & Repair to Further Relationship-Based IMH Practice, Part II This workshop, a follow up to Part I offered in November 2019, however we would encourage you to attend even if you did not attend Part I.  The training will provide participants with an opportunity to deepen their focus on the use of rupture and repair in reflective supervision. Participants will be able to practice the use of rupture and repair within…

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