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SAVE THE DATE - Session #4

Community Conversation Series 2023

Tuesday, September 12th

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Annual Making Connections Conference

Thursday, August 17, 2023

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The Rhode Island Association for Infant Mental Health works to nurture strong relationships among young children and all the adults who care for them. 

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Brown University’s Hassenfeld Child Health Innovation Institute seeks nominations for the inaugural Elizabeth Burke Bryant Hero Award.

The Elizabeth Burke Bryant Hero Award was announced by Brown University’s Hassenfeld Child Health Innovation Institute in the winter of 2022 to honor Elizabeth Burke Bryant’s 28-year tenure as the Executive Director of Rhode Island Kids Count, and her life-long role as a champion of child welfare in Rhode Island and across the United States.

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January 2023 RI KIDS COUNT Issue Brief

Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Maternal, Infant, and Young Children's Health in Rhode Island

January 2023

ZERO TO THREE Journal Article

Associations for Infant Mental Health Shaping Today's Workforce to Invest in the Children of Tomorrow


STATE of the BABIES 2022

Babies Are Born With Unlimited Potential

The story of America’s babies has never been more important.

Report: Building Relationships: Framing Early Relational Health

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.

Holding the Baby in Mind During Times of War--Sherri Alderman. MD  

May. 2022

Turmoil Hurts the Youngest in Lasting Ways--Dipesh Navsaria, MD

May. 2022


Foundations for Infant/Toddler Social Emotional Health and Development

FREE Online Modules

PROVIDER COURSE and PARENT AND FAMILIES COURSE offered by  the clinicians at Bradley Hospital in partnership with RIAIMH

Versión en español disponible

Alliance Training Hub

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MI-AIMH's virtual
Reflective Supervision training series

RIAIMH members receive the MI-AIMH Membership Discount Rate!

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Bradley Hospital Learning Exchange

Mental Health First Aid Courses

Lifespan Bradley Hospital: Mindcast

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.


June 2021

WHAT PROVIDERS NEED: Strengthening the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Workforce

New ZERO TO THREE article shared by Carmen Rosa Norona Carmen Rosa Noroña.

Diversity-Informed Reflective Consultation and Radical Healing: A New Paradigm for Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Providers Serving Immigrant Families


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.

Racial Justice and Equity Resources for the I/ECMH community

Psychiatric Resource Network Programs:
RI MomsPRN and PediPRN Teleconsultation Services

RI MomsPRN and PediPRN empower healthcare providers treating pregnant, postpartum, or pediatric patients in addressing behavioral health concerns. LEARN MORE

5 Steps for Brain-Building Serve and Return

Center on the Developing Child, Harvard University

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Brazelton Touchpoints Center - Provider Resources

State of Babies Yearbook 2022 

Zero to Three, May 2022


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RIAIMH is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.  est. 2002

RIAIMH is a founding member of the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health.


RIAIMH is an affiliate of the World Association for Infant Mental Health.

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