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Utah Association for Infant Mental Health

(UAIMH)

UAIMH is an affiliate of the

World Association for Infant Mental Health´╗┐

Our Mission:

To promote a unified understanding of infant mental health across disciplines and programs and to develop a statewide system of resources in support of infant mental health for all families living in Utah.

New Professional Development Opportunities for Infant/Early Childhood Professionals

DIVISION FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD: 

Intergrating Research and Practice in Early Childhood Intervention - Registration Open.

*Early Bird 2 Registration Ends August 1st! Register today to save.

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ZERO TO THREE: Reflective Supervision and Consultation.

August 3, 2022

2:00 - 3:00 pm EST

REGISTER

 

NEW RESOURCES

The Division of Early Childhood - New Resources for Supporting Quality Inclusion

THE CHILDREN'S CENTER 

WEBINAR DATES AND TOPICS FOR AUGUST 2022

Training webinars are offered at no cost to providers seeking to learn about a variety of topics related to Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health.

August Flyer - Corrected[22559].pdf

Conference Information

UAIMH Conference 2022

Handouts coming soon´╗┐

UAIMH Conference 2021 and 2020 Handouts

Maria Gehl, Zero to Three
Melanie Domenech Rodriguez Ph.D
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Handouts from the 2020 Annual Conference below. 

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Dr. Barbara Stroud has developed a 5-part social emotional development series for both parents and providers. To find out more go to:
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What is Infant Mental Health (IMH)?


Infant mental health is reflected in appropriate cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development. Recognizing the unique characteristics of each infant and family and the circumstances in which they live. We characterize good mental health for children (0-5 years) as:

  • Secure Attachments
  • Positive Relationships
  • Confidence
  • Curiosity
  • Effective Communication
  • Increasing Self-Regulation
  • Social Competence
  • Self-Awareness
  • Expressions of Love and Happiness


Infant mental health changes and develops within the context of relationships between infants and caregivers, families, communities, and cultures.



 
 

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About Us


To promote a unified understanding of infant mental health across disciplines and programs and to develop a statewide system of resources in support of infant mental health for all families living in Utah.

Contact Us


Email: uaimh.info@gmail.com

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