“The practice is practice is particularly traumatizing for infants and toddlers who depend on their parents for nurturance and protection.” Read the full statement here.
Attachment During Stress Scale
The ADS scale provides indicators of mother-infant, father-infant, or caretaker-infant attachment, screens for conditions as diverse as lack of infant responsiveness in autism or parental avoidance in child neglect, and can guide treatment. The scale is free and available in English, Spanish and French. Download the scale now!
Best Practice Guidelines for Reflective Supervision/Consultation
Guidelines to emphasize the importance of RSC as best practice. Download now!
2018 Annual Report
2018 was a monumental year for the Alliance. The Board of Directors moved forward with energy and determination to strengthen the Alliance’s mission to build & sustain a reflective, skilled, culturally competent, and relationship-based workforce that supports infants, young children, & their families. Read the full report.
2018 Endorsement® Totals
Endorsement is growing across the world! Take a close look at how each of our member associations is building Endorsement capacity in their region. Read the full report here.
New Endorsement® Webinars!
We are excited to share some wonderful new Endorsement® resources! The Florida Association for Infant Mental Health (FAIMH) partnered with the Alliance to have a series of webinars created. Watch the webinars here.
What Makes an IMH Association Strong?
The answer to that question was linked to the following seven areas: identity, cross-systems collaboration, competency-informed training, reflective supervision capacity, a sound organizational structure, policy and higher education. Read the full report here.
3 Reasons Good IMH Matters
Spread the word! 3 Reasons Good Infant Mental Health Matters! Download & print this infographic from MI-AIMH & the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health! Click here.