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September 2018

Reflective Supervision – Part 2: Partnering for Growth, Understanding and Depth

September 27 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

Registration is OPEN! More seats are available! Reflective Supervision - Part Two: Partnering for Growth, Understanding and Depth Every reflective supervision/consultation relationship is uniquely developed, with each participant bringing a lifelong, cumulative history of individual and social experience that over time shapes that relationship and guides its growth. Such developmental journeys are bound to go through periods of change, as new events will inevitably occur and will impact our lives and our relationships. Assuming reflective supervision/consultation goals of collaborative partnership,…

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October 2018

Statewide Committee Training – Psychotherapy with Infants and Their Families – PART III

October 12 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Okemos Conference Center, 2187 University Park Dr.
Okemos, 48864 United States
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 Registration is OPEN! Psychotherapy with Infants and Their Families: What Makes it Work? Dyadic Psychotherapy with Toddlers and Preschoolers and Their Families - Part 3 In this year of the 100th anniversary of Selma Fraiberg’s birth, we are privileged to sit together, over several months, to re-examine the original clinical and developmental principles that undergird our field; to update them with new advances in developmental neurobiology—including the science of loss and trauma and new findings in prenatal psychology; and to…

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

October 16 @ 9:30 am - October 17 @ 4:30 pm

Registration is OPEN! The first 35 people that register & attend will receive a FREE Pregnancy Wheel - MI-AIMH's newest product 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…

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2018 Explorations in Development

October 22 @ 9:00 am - October 23 @ 4:30 pm

Registration is currently FULL! To add yourself to the WAITLIST please complete the short form below.  If a seat becomes available for you to attend, you will receive an email from MI-AIMH.  For questions, tmartinez@mi-aimh.org 2018 Conference: Explorations in Development An Innovative Framework To Examine Culture, Power, and Privilege When Working With, and On Behalf Of, Diverse Young Children and Families Description: This two-day training will examine the role of culture, power and privilege in seeking and  utilizing early  intervention and early childhood…

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When Balancing Feels Like Juggling: Supporting Infants & Toddlers in Foster Care and the Many Relationships Surrounding Them (Parts 1 & 2)

October 25 @ 9:00 am - October 26 @ 4:00 pm

Registration is OPEN! When Balancing Feels Like Juggling: Supporting Infants & Toddlers in Foster Care and the Many Relationships Surrounding Them (Parts 1 & 2) This training will explore the unique needs and perspectives to be considered when providing infant mental health services to infants, toddlers and families involved in the child welfare system.  Professionals supporting these vulnerable children and families find themselves struggling to balance the many needs of the baby, the parents and many caregivers and the array of…

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November 2018

First Feelings: The Development of Attachment and Self-Regulation

November 7 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
D.A. Blodgett – St. John’s, 2355 Knapp St
Grand Rapids, MI 49505 United States
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Registration is OPEN! First Feelings: The Development of Attachment and Self-Regulation Social-Emotional development during the first three years impacts a child for the rest of their life.  Learning how to trust and relate to others is an essential task.  This training will explore the milestones in the emotional development for infants and toddlers.  We will look at what a baby and parent accomplish in the attachment phases of symbiosis and separation in order to understand a child’s progress from one…

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