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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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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.

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Thriving Childcare: Social-Emotional Health and COVID-19 Guidelines


Zero to Thrive

Friday May 22, 1-2pm

A discussion for child care providers regarding how to ensure the well-being of young
children and their caregivers in the transition back to child care.

Maternal Mental Health   

Online course

Jewish Family & Children's Services of Boston

Fee $450.  CEUs available for some disciplines.

May 1, 8, 15, 22, 2020 12:30-2:30pm ET

Marriage Equality and Same Sex Parenting: Families on the Frontlines


The Brazelton Touchpoints Center

2020 Learning to Listen Conversation Series

June 3, 2020@ 3pm ET

Strengths-based Family Engagement

6 part webinar series

Brazelton Touchpoints Center

Fee $30/course or $125 for all 6

The Science of Well-Being 

10 week online course

Enroll for FREE.  FEE for certificate.

Yale University

A series of challenges designed to increase your own happiness and build more productive habits with Professor Laurie Santos.  You will ultimately be prepared to successfully incorporate a specific wellness activity into your life.

Reflective Supervision/Consultation: Preventing Burnout, Boosting Effectiveness, and Renewing Purpose for Frontline Workers.

FREE ebook

Center for Early Education and Development (CEED), University of Minnesota 


An update from

RIAIMH's Executive Director, Susan Dickstein, PhD, IMH-E® about COVID-19

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.

The Brain Architects COVID-19 Special Edition: A Different World


Center on the Developing Child, Harvard University

Discusses the COVID-19 pandemic in the context of early childhood development, offers advice to help ensure that adults and the children they care for don't experience the long-term effects of stress, and explains how society can work together to continue to support healthy development.

FAMILIES FIRST: Covid-19 Constituent Service Resource Toolkit

From the office of Congressman David N. Cicilline, to help RI families understand all the benefits that are available to them---and how to access them .

Managing Fears and Anxiety around the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Harvard University Health Services

ZERO to THREETips for Families, Coronavirus: Self-Care, At-Home Play, Talking about Coronavirus with Toddlers....and More

Info from the CDC on Breastfeeding and Pregnancy

"Supporting Young Children Isolated Due to CoronaVirus (COVID-19). Osofsky, PhD, Joy and Howard.  LSU Health.

"COVID-19 Tips for Parents" Dr. Barbara Stroud. YouTube.


Check out our Members page to access exclusive resources for members, including training presentations,  a member directory, and a registry of Endorsed® professionals. 

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

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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