1st Annual EVENING "Conference"!!
2023 RIAIMH is offering an evening PD event!
Do you work with or for Infants, Toddlers, Early Childhood aged children and their families... YOU ARE INVITED!!
October 3rd, 6:30 - 8:30 pm
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PROVIDER COURSE and PARENT AND FAMILIES COURSE offered by the clinicians at Bradley Hospital in partnership with RIAIMH
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CT-AIMH is hosting FREE Reflective Supervision/Consultation Training Series
Who should attend: Supervisors who provide or are in training to provide Reflective Supervision to others.
October 13 (in-person 9am-3pm),
October 19 (ZOOM 9-12:30),
October 27 (ZOOM 9-12:30) and
November 30 (ZOOM 9-12:30).
Location of day 1: Lyceum, Hartford
Location of days 2-4: ZOOM
15.5 NASW CEC's! (pending)
Hosted by: Connecticut Association for Infant Mental Health
The Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Initiative is excited to offer the recorded content from the 2022 virtual training series focused on Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health.
Registered participants will have access to all 28 virtual session recordings from May 2022 through June 2024 for $25.00
CEU's and certificates are available!
Bradley Hospital Learning Exchange
Mental Health First Aid Courses
Bradley Hospital's podcase, Mindcast, answers your questions about children's mental health. Listen to the latest episodes as our experts cover popular parenting topics, including: cyber bullying, what to do if you child is diagnosed with ADHD, instilling gratitude in children, how to help children deal with grief.
Rhode Island College is looking to hire a B3 Certificate Program Project Director / Coordinator
Title: Project Coordinator (part-time)
Scope of Responsibility: manages all aspects of the Birth to 3 Certificate contract, reports directly to the Grant PI, meets with DHS project representative, is responsible for candidate/student recruitment, oversees data collection and reporting, submits quarterly reports to DHS, oversees student mentor and staff/faculty, coordinates student assessments and program evaluation, enrolls candidates in courses, tracks candidate performance, and provides academic advising for candidates. Spanish language skills.
If you know of someone, or you are looking for a position like this, we encourage you to reach out to Dr. Sevey at RIC.
Contact: Leslie A. Sevey, Ph. D., IMH-E
Professor Early Childhood, Early Childhood Undergraduate Program Coordinator
If you are an Early Childhood Educator working with children ages birth to 3 in a RI DHS Licensed / CCAP childcare center or family home care program you are eligible to enroll in a Certificate of Undergraduate Studies (CUS) in B-3 at RIC.
We anticipate the program beginning in Fall of 2023 and are accepting applications of interest at this time. Please contact Dr. Leslie Sevey, IMH-E at LSevey@ric.edu for more information.
This article offers an introduction to the creation and implementation of a workforce development project for frontline providers serving mixed-status immigrant families in infant and early childhood programs. The project comprised specialized training and an innovative approach to reflective consultation to provide an in-depth exploration grounded on diversity-informed practice and radical healing principles. This reflective consultation approach was conceptualized as a key tool to facilitate providers’ competencies development, support their critical thinking and reflective capacity, buffer them from the secondary effects of the work, and ultimately serve as a catalyst for practice transformation and their own liberation.
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RI MomsPRN and PediPRN empower healthcare providers treating pregnant, postpartum, or pediatric patients in addressing behavioral health concerns. LEARN MORE
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