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,...

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. 

Get to Know Us

NYS-AIMH is a statewide organization created to support multidisciplinary professionals whose work enhances the relational, emotional and cognitive development of 0-5 year olds in their family context.

NYS-AIMH Endorsement

Endorsement® recognizes and documents multidisciplinary professionals’ participation in reflective supervision, attainment of specified levels of education and knowledge to promote and deliver high quality, culturally sensitive, relationship-focused services to 0-5 year olds, their parents and other caregivers.

Turning challenges into rewards

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Helping children across the state

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