Resources from Past Conferences
Let them talk about their feelings and validate those feelings, then again, let them know that they are safe.
Sometimes children regress in their skills momentarily—be patient and supportive.
Develop a family safety plan for emergencies. Practice your plan with your child. This can help your child to feel empowered.
Talk to children about all the good people who helped keep others safe—bystanders, police, others.
Keep the conversation open, and monitor your child’s access to TV, or watch it together so you can talk about what comes up.
World Association for Infant Mental Health - Affiliate information
INFANT AND EARLY CHILDHOOD MENTAL HEALTH (IECMH):
Children with Disbilities
Previous Work in Utah To Promote Infant Mental Health.
UT. Public Mental Health Practice Model
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.