COMMUNITY CONVERSATION SERIES
Integrating Infant Mental Health Diversity Principles Within Community-Based Practice:
The Power of Storytelling
Series Facilitators: Robert Jones and Danita Roberts
IMH Diversity Tenets In Action:
Learning the Language of Family Stories
March 15, 2022
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8:30-10:30am Presentation and Discussion
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RIAIMH’s six-session Community Conversation Series (CCS) 2022 is designed to review the Irving Harris Foundation's Diversity-Informed Infant Mental Health Tenets as applied to early relational health and create opportunities to explore these principles “in action” within RI’s community of practice. Each of the 6 sessions will be facilitated by Rob Jones and Danita Roberts, who will be joined by community partners to illustrate the power of the work through storytelling. Our discussions will center around issues of race, power, equity, and belonging to help deepen awareness about ourselves and our community, and to guide intentional change within our IECMH practices, programs, and policies.
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All sessions in this series offer:
- NASW Continuing Education Units and CELP Professional Development credits (fee information below)
- Aligned IECMH-Competencies toward IECMH-Endorsement®. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Future series session dates: 4/19, 8/9, 10/11, and 12/13/22
2022 CCS Fees
- RIAIMH Members: No cost with active 2022 membership
- Non-Members: $40/session
- Undergraduate and Graduate Students: No cost with valid student email
- NASW (Social Work) Continuing Education Units
- CELP (Center for Early Learning Professionals) contact hours
Note: RIAIMH no longer offers CNE Continuing Education hours for CCS.
With generous support from:
Behavioral Health Fund at the Rhode Island Foundation
And with gratitude for our community partners: