Listed are publications of CT-AIMH and reports of CT-AIMH Committees.
Secure Beginnings: What is Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health? Contact CT-AIMH for a free copy. This booklet describes the importance of recognizing early warning signs and how to help families find resources to promote healthy social/emotional capacities and relationships for their very young children.
Reports from the CT-AIMH Competency Planning Consortium established to promote the Competency Guidelines required for Endorsement in Culturally Sensitive, Relationship-focused Practice Promoting Infant Mental Health®.
- Frequently Asked Questions about the Competency Guidelines. Click to download
- Infant/Early Childhood Mental Health Clinician Survey Report. This survey was funded by the William Casper Graustein Memorial Fund and prepared by Samantha Goodrich of the University of Connecticut. Click to download a copy
- Training Sub-committee Final Report, Elizabeth Bicio and Kathy Bradley, co-chairs.
Click to download
- Training Summary page for use by trainers and endorsement team. Click to download