New York Association for Infant Mental Health
Your professional home to help you support and enhance the relational development of 0-5 year olds and their families

Upcoming Events & News

1st Annual NYS-AIMH IECMH Conference

The New York State Association for Infant Mental Health (NYS-AIMH)  presents our first annual, state-wide conference for the multi-disciplinary early childhood workforce Friday, June 3, 2022 9:00 am – 4:30 pm (on Zoom) Keynote: Victor Bernstein, PhD, retired professor from the University of Chicago with a career focused on building relationships …
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Project Bright Lights

If you know someone who is making a difference in the life of a young child, regarding their mental or physical health, self-esteem or overall care and well-being, please nominate them for Project Bright Lights. 
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IECMH BASICS Courses for 2022

IECMH Basics courses have been added for 2022! Register for one of the ten dates and commit to expanding your professional development in 2022. Four free training opportunities remain available this year –  Click on the links below to register for upcoming dates: July 28/29 – https://tnysafimh.wildapricot.org/event-4538998 Sept. 22/23 – https://tnysafimh.wildapricot.org/event-4539008  Nov. 3/4- https://tnysafimh.wildapricot.org/event-4539033 …
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1st Annual NYS-AIMH IECMH Conference

The New York State Association for Infant Mental Health (NYS-AIMH)  presents our first annual, state-wide conference for the multi-disciplinary early childhood workforce Friday, June 3, 2022 …
Read More

Project Bright Lights

If you know someone who is making a difference in the life of a young child, regarding their mental or physical health, self-esteem or overall …
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Gain access to the Infant Mental Health Endorsement®, plus many additional benefits.

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About Endorsement

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A credentialing system that supports and recognizes the knowledge and ability of professionals who work with or on behalf of infants and young children.

Reflective Practice

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This practice invites caregivers and professionals to look back, look out and look within to increase our understanding of our self and of others.

Crosswalks

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An Academic Course vetting process designed to recognize those academic courses that meet the competencies of the NYS-AIMH Endorsement®

Organizational NYS-AIMH Members

We welcome all organizations that share our mission of supporting the mental health of young children.

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