Native American Cultural Competency

“Infant Mental Health & Native American Cultural Competency – The Intersection of Culture, Trauma, and Looking Ahead.” Presented in two parts:  August 5th and August 12th   Pete Hill, ”All Our Relations” Special Initiatives Coordinator at Native American...

Breakfast for Babies – July 23, 2021

 Breakfast for Babies – “Self-Awareness and Liberating Infant Mental Health” – A reflective conversation about THE TENETS:  Diversity- Informed Tenets for Work with Infants, Children, and their Families. Megan Smith and Erick Stephens, colleagues...

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.  Click here for the events  calendar to select a date...

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. 

The Strong Starts Court Initiative: Infant/Toddler Courts in New York City and State

The Strong Starts Court Initiative workshop on April 14th was a great success. NYS-AIMH would like to thank Kiran Malpe, LMSW, and Susan Chinitz, PsyD, for their wonderful training. We would also like to thank all participants who made this event truly memorable. For more information and if you would like to learn more please follow this link https://www.courtinnovation.org/programs/strong-starts-court-initiative 

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