Participate in a NEW Reflective Supervision Survey
We are inviting you to participate in a NEW online survey. You are eligible to participate in the survey if you are currently working with high-risk infants and families AND you are also participating in either individual or group reflective supervision.
CT-AIMH Education & Promotion Committee: Celebrate Babies Week
The CT-AIMH Education and Promotion Committee Kicks off Celebrate Babies Week with the film series: Raising of America - Registration is Now Open!
CT-AIMH Announces TWO (2) FREE Infant Mental Health Child Care Provider Trainings
7-day child care provider series in Waterbury (in English); and 4 tardes Entrenamiento de la Salud Mental del Infante y el Niño Este entrenamiento es para proveedores de cuidado de niños (en Español) [4-evening child care provider series in Hartford (in Spanish).]
SAVE THE DATE for the CT-AIMH 2019 Fall Conference
November 21, 2019 - Embedding the Diversity-Informed Tenets into Your Work with Infants, Children, and Families: Increase Your Self-Awareness & Reflective Capacity about Diversity, and Find Your Voice as a Champion for Children. Click for more information
CT-AIMH Announces TWO (2) FREE Infant Mental Health Training Opportunities for Home Visitors
CT-AIMH has TWO (2) FREE Infant Mental Health Training Opportunities for Home Visitors : A 6-day Infant Mental Health training series in New Haven, and 9 new online training modules: featuring one module on the Introduction to Infant Mental Health
Three (3) NEW CT-AIMH Infant Mental Health Training Series
CT-AIMH has THREE (3) NEW Infant Mental Health Training Series that we are providing around the state:: 2-day Faculty Symposium (August 12 & 13, 2019); 6-day Home Visitor Training Series (Begins August 22, 2019); 5-day Reflective Supervision Training Series (Begins September 9, 2019). Click on this page to Register.
Participate in an Infant Mental Health study!
Please, consider participating in this study on the topic of Workplace Supports in the Infant Mental Health Field: An Examination of Burnout, Compassion Fatigue, and Protective Practices. To help with this study, we hope that you have time to complete a brief survey.
Tell Congress to Think BabiesTM on April 30 at Noon
Be a part of Strolling Thunder™! ZERO TO THREE, is bringing families from all 50 states and Washington, DC to Capitol Hill to tell Congress to #ThinkBabies on April 30.
New Issue of Perspectives in Infant Mental Health Released
The Volume 26, Issue 4 (Fall 2018) includes issues regarding refuge for infants of women escaping family violence and an overview of The Alliance for the Advancement for Infant Mental Health.
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