If you would like CT-AIMH to provide your staff, program or agency with any of these audience-specific IMH training series offerings, for specifics and pricing please contact us by email at [email protected]. All of the training series align with IMH competencies.
IMH Training Series Curriculum for Childcare Providers:
Childcare providers play a critical role in the lives of young children as they are an additional attachment figure for children.
- Introduction and Overview of Infant Mental Health and Endorsement®
- Understanding Early Brain Development
- Understanding Attachment Relationships with Infants and Toddlers
- Infant and Toddler Development
- Understanding the Behavior of Infants and Toddlers
- Observation, Screening, Assessment, and Referral
- The Impact of Temperament on Infants and Toddlers
- The Impact of Sensory Integration on Infants and Toddlers
- Understanding Separation
- The Importance of Play
- Creating Environments that Support Attachment
- Building Relationships with Families
- Reflection in the Early Childhood Setting
IMH Training Series Curriculum for Home Visitors:
- Using Infant Mental Health Skills and Strategies to Inform our Work with Infants, Toddlers and Families in Home Visiting Programs
- Trauma, Loss and Brain Development in Infancy and Early Childhood
- Broadening our Understanding of Infants and Toddlers: The Impact of Development, Temperament and Sensory Integration
- Culturally Responsive Framework for Working with Young Children and Families
- Reflective Practice in the Workplace
- Incorporating Self-Care and Emotional Regulation Strategies into Home Visiting Practice
IMH Training Series for Child Welfare & Community Partners:
- Infant Toddler Development, Screenings, Assessments and Referrals: What is Appropriate and Available for Very Young Children and their Families?
- Attachment and Trauma Core Concepts
- Integrating a Trauma Lens into Infant Mental Health Practice with Young Children and their Caregivers (Part 1)
- Integration a Trauma Lens into Infant Mental Health Practice with Young Children and their Caregivers (Part 2)
- Parent-child Interactions, Deepening our Observations
- Culturally Responsive Framework for Working with Young Children and their Families
- Family Time Visitation: Promoting Parent-Child Relationships
- Reflective Practice How Infant Mental Health Principles can be Integrated into the Workplace
Please, feel free to connect with us if you would like to request an overview on IMH or if you need us to do a presentation about IMH at an event for your organization. With enough advance notice, we will do our best to respond to and accommodate your request.
Feel free to download and print our Infographic. 3 Reasons Why IMH Matters. If you view the Infographic online, you can click on each of the 3 Reasons Why IMH Matters and they each link you to a video. This is great to share at staff meetings or for a professional development session.
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