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MI-AIMH is hosting our 39th Biennial Conference on May 20-22, 2024 in Kalamazoo, MI!

The conference website will be updated regularly. This is your go-to place for conference details, to submit your workshop, poster, exhibitor and sponsor applications and more: https://site.pheedloop.com/event/miaimh2024conference/home

Current Conference News:

Scholarship Applications are due March 11th

Registration is open! Last day to register is May 6th.

Limited space for Exhibitors – submit your application now!

Sponsorship Program – Put your organization or business in front of more than 600 infant and early childhood professionals!

General Questions: miaimh.conference@gmail.com or tmartinez@mi-aimh.org

We Need Your Support!

We are excited to announce the launch of MI-AIMH’s Student Development and Inclusion Scholarship Fund – a new initiative that provides students with opportunities to apply for scholarships to attend training offered by MI-AIMH, including our upcoming Biennial Conference – May 20-22, 2024!

Your generosity, in any amount, matters, and we are immensely grateful for your support in shaping the future of relationship-based family support!

Consider making a donation today!

Click to support the Student Development and Inclusion Scholarship Fund

MI-AIMH Trainings

We are currently have several trainings with open registration available. All training registration will be handled through MI-AIMH RELATE, our new training & education hub for students and professionals working with or on behalf of infants, young children & families. Visit MI-AIMH RELATE

Here is a link to a recent email announcing available DC:0-5 training opportunities: https://mailchi.mp/mi-aimh/2023-mi-aimh-dc0-5-trainings-reminder

If you have training topics or speakers you would like to suggest, please let us know using this form: https://forms.gle/MQVKdx6QTscTph4A9

The Alliance for the Advancement of IMH

The Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health® is a global organization that includes those states and countries whose infant mental health associations have licensed the use of the Competency Guidelines® and Endorsement for Culturally Sensitive, Relationship-Focused Practice Promoting Infant Mental Health® under their associations’ names.

Visit the Alliance website!  

MI-AIMH’s Developmental Wheels

Wheel Prices will increase April 1st! All development takes place in the context of a relationship. These wheels are easy reference tools for educating parents, caregivers, and professionals about early social and emotional development. Each stage provides a glimpse into the world of the infant or toddler, and guides interactions that promote nurturing relationships and healthy social-emotional development in children. Take a moment to watch how our Pregnancy; Baby Stages; Early Childhood and Fatherhood Wheels make a difference.

Purchase any Developmental Wheel HERE

The Infant Crier

The official news source of MI-AIMH.  MI-AIMH believes that each infant needs to be nurtured and protected by one or more consistent and stimulating caregivers who enjoy a permanent and special relationship with the baby.  Read articles, case studies and more!


Infant Mental Health Journal

The IMHJ is a critical resource for practitioners, program & policy leaders and researchers.  Issued bimonthly, the IMHJ publishes peer-reviewed research articles, review articles, brief reports and thematic collections that focus on early relationship development and other early relational contexts, such as attachment relationships and early relationships within parenting, family, and caregiving systems, impacting the social and emotional development of very young children, prenatal-5 years of age.   All work published in IMHJ reflects robust infant and early childhood mental health frameworks. 

 Click HERE for more information on how to access the IMHJ.

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