Spring 2017 Community Conversation Series: Promoting Infant Mental Health in Challenging Circumstances: February 21, March 7, April 4: Register Today!

Infants/toddlers are vulnerable to environmental risks. Sustained exposure impacts the architecture of the developing brain associated with adverse developmental consequences. Relationships are the key to understanding impact and possibilities for healthy development.

DATES:  Tuesday mornings (8-10am): Feb 21, March 7, April 4, 2017

LOCATION:  Rhode Island College, Alger Hall Room 110


Register for Spring Series Here

Session 1 (2/21/17): Prenatal Opioid Exposure, Barry Lester, PhD: Presentation Slides Link

Session 2 (3/7/17): Prenatal Maternal Depression, Amy Salisbury, PhD

Session 3 (4/4/17): Trauma and Attachment, Susan Dickstein, PhD

RIAIMH’s “Infant Mental Health Community Conversation Series” offers an opportunity for our diverse  infant/toddler workforce to:

a) build on core infant mental health knowledge principles,

b) develop a shared meaning of infant mental health wellness, and

c) discuss ways that IMH principles inform practices and policies in RI.




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