Registration is now open for December 7, 2020: RIAIMH Community Conversation Series 2020-6
SEE BELOW FOR THIS AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES.
Become a RIAIMH member today and join a statewide network of like-minded professionals committed to enhancing young children’s social-emotional health and well-being.
Apply for an internationally recognized professional Endorsement® that acknowledges your commitment to and expertise in infant and early childhood mental health.
RIAIMH's CARE group (Community Advocates for Racial Equity) kickoff session is October 7, 2020
Watch new RIght from the Start video:
Home Visiting is a Lifeline
A call to action from the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health to address ongoing bias, structural racism and racial violence.
An update from
RIAIMH's Executive Director, Susan Dickstein, PhD, IMH-E® about COVID-19
FREE PROVIDER COURSE and PARENT AND FAMILIES COURSE offered by the clinicians at Bradley Hospital in partnership with RIAIMH
Versión en español disponible
November 20, 2020 11:00am -12:30pm EST
Offered by Zero to Three
Provides focus on the psychological and interpersonal dynamic of achieving racial equity goals and supports participants in the practice of speaking the language of Equity. Introduces relationship-based psychosocial tools for I/T Court Teams to use, build on and sustain equity practices in your specific communities.
Fall Online courses from CEED
(Center for Early Education and Development)
University of Minnesota
Classes offered include :
Introduction to Infant Mental Health, RIOS 1 and RIOS 2
Series of 6 FREE 1-hour webinars and online community
Starts Thursday October 8 at 2pm
Brazelton Touchpoints Center in partnership with the Rapid Response Virtual Home Visiting (RR-VHV)
Builds on lessons learned from virtual home visiting that will benefit providers across all family-facing disciplines and sectors.
(Spanish translation and closed captioning available.)
Center on the Developing Child,
Zero to Three
Compares national and state-by state data on the well-being of infants and toddlers.
Center for the Study of Social Policy in collaboration with Frameworks Institute
A comprehensive framing strategy to help shift public attention to and understanding about Early Relational Health.
Center for Early Education and Development (CEED), University of Minnesota