Our vision is for all Georgia's infants and young children to be safe and nurtured through consistent, caregiving relationships in order to reach their fullest potential.
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Georgia Association for Infant Mental Health: Birth to Five Kick-Off
More than 200 leaders in the field of infant and early childhood mental health participated in a day-long event to celebrate the establishment of the Georgia Association for Infant Mental Health: Birth to Five (GA-AIMH) at Georgia State University.
GA-AIMH is housed in the Center for Leadership in Disability, which is part of the School of Public Health. In addition to celebrating the creation of GA-AIMH, the Nov. 2 kick-off event looked ahead to opportunities to expand Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) initiatives across the state.
Featured topics included Georgia IECMH policy and Medicaid updates, culturally responsive practices, pregnancy and early parenthood, early childhood development and attachment, addressing trauma in infancy and early childhood, reflective supervision and consultation, and Infant Mental Health Endorsement®. Read More.
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Contributions from community partners like you, help to support this mission and expand access for infant mental health to more families in need. You can play a critical role in the success of this program by making a charitable donation (button below).
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