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FrameWorks Report on Early Relational Health: Implications for Rhode Island

  • 05/14/2020
  • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • ZOOM Webinar


We want to let you know about an opportunity to hear from Dr. David Willis, MD, and other experts on the topic of Early Relational Health. RIAIMH will host a conversation directly following this webinar for our Baby LLC leadership group. We hope you can join us!

Please Note: You will need to register for each session separately.

FrameWorks Institute's Report Release
Building Relationships: Framing Early Relational Health

FrameWorks Webinar:  Thursday May 14, 2020 (2-3pm)

Early relational health is an emergent term that has galvanized the interest of many stakeholders and leaders in child and public health sectors, drawing attention to the essential early relational experiences that contribute greatly to infant/toddler development and overall child and family well-being. This webinar will present key findings from the FrameWorks Institute's research and recommendations about communicating the importance of early relational health to the infant/family workforce.

Baby LLC Event: FrameWorks Institute's Report Release
Building Relationships: Framing Early Relational Health:  Implications for Rhode Island

RIAIMH Webinar:  Thursday May 14, 2020 (3-4pm)

Description: Susan Dickstein (Executive Director, RIAIMH) and Aimee Mitchell (Chief of Staff, RIDCYF) will facilitate a 1-hour discussion following the FrameWorks webinar to consider ways to promote healthy relationships for vulnerable babies involved in RI’s child welfare system. This will build on discussions from prior sessions of Baby LLC, and will address making meaningful connections across a distance during the COVID-19 pandemic.

May 14, 2020

2:00 - 3:00PM FrameWorks Webinar

Click HERE to Register for FrameWorks Webinar

3:00 - 4:00PM Baby LLC Webinar

Click HERE to Register for RIAIMH Baby LLC Webinar

Thank you, RIAIMH

RIAIMH Community Partners:


Funding for Community Conversation Series 2020 was provided in part by The Behavioral Health Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation,  RI Department for Children, Youth and Families and RI Department of Health.  
We are grateful for the continued support from Rhode Island College and Children’s Friend.

Due to the COVID-19 restrictions we are working on rescheduling upcoming Professional Development Opportunities, please check back  Calendar.

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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