TulsaTech is offering several sessions on a Multidisiplinary Approach to Infant Mental Health, training which allows professionals across systems to build relationships in order to provide coordinated resources to families and children. Click here for the flyer; Click here for more information and to register. Social Work CEU credit is available. This training meets Infant Mental Health Competencies for endorsement.
Mildred Ramsey Educational Excellence Scholarship Fund
This scholarship fund was created in memory of Mildred Ramsey whose passion and dedication to education and improving the lives of children and families helped to make this course possible. Mildred Ramsey challenged each of us to be lifelong learners and to strive for equity and excellence. The scholarship is available to all professionals in need of financial assistance who seek to advance their knowledge of Infant Mental Health and cross system collaboration.
Students who qualify for scholarship and successfully complete all three classes will be eligible for tuition reimbursement of $60. Click here for scholarship details and to apply for a scholarship.
OSU Center for Health Sciences is offering ongoing sessions for Infant Mental Health ECHO (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes). Get expert knowledge in a virtual learning network with Infant Mental Health Experts. The curriculum is designed to expand expertise in areas of infant mental health in the areas of clinical, supervision and administrative. These sessions are held eery Tuesday from 9:00 am – 10:15 am CST. To join this ECHO session registration is a one-time requirement. Once registered, you will receive an ECHO participant guide with more information. Click here for more information and to register.
As of today, THREE co-branded crosswalks have been created to bridge the Competency Guidelines to nationally recognized training curricula. Having these documents available for Endorsement applicants can assist them in "connecting the dots" between the training they've attended and the appropriate competencies. The crosswalks give IECMH professionals numerous hours of competency-based training, allowing the training sections of their Endorsement applications to be expedited! Download the THREE Co-Branded Crosswalks NOW:
There are numerous other professional development opportunities that are aligned with the Competency Guidelines, including:
The Certificate in Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation (IECMHC) provides advanced training for mental health clinicians in the specialized role of consulting in early childhood settings. You'll learn approaches to promote mental health in the early childhood years and how the role of consultant is unique from other mental health clinician roles, as well as how consultation aims to build the capacity of early childhood professionals, settings, and systems to support young children's mental health. Click here for the one-page flyer explaining the program. Click here for full information and to apply.
The Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey, Inc. is a nonprofit 501(c )(3) organization of health care professionals and consumers dedicated to providing education and increasing community awareness by facilitating collaboration among the private sector, the public sector, and maternal and child health care providers for the delivery of high quality coordinated maternal and child health care. Click here for information on their on-demand programs for health care professionals.
Looking for convenient and cost-effective training options? Look no further than ZERO TO THREE. We offer official training on many of our most popular curricula in convenient locations around the country (and around the world). We offer three courses: ZERO TO THREE Critical Competencies for Infant-Toddler Educators, Official DC:0-5 Training, and The Growing Brain Training-of-Trainers. For full details and registration visit https://www.zerotothree.org.
Erikson is one of the country's leading graduate programs in child development. Our Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Certificate Program is an 18-credit hour graduate program designed for experienced professionals who want to deepen their practice with an infant mental health approach. This program is fully online and serves students from all over the country as well as international students. Admission criteria for this program is a bachelor's degree and 3-5 years of experience working with infants, young children and families or a clinical degree and experience working as a mental health practitioner. Our students come from a variety of fields and backgrounds. They share a common desire to deepen their practice with an infant mental health lens. You can also find more information on Erikson's training here.
Anxiety & Depression Association of America - On-demand (recorded) webinars for mental health treatment providers. ADAA is accredited by AMEDCO. ADAA members can watch all on-demand webinars at no cost (with the exception of the Fall Forum) and receive CE/CME credit free of charge. CE/CME Credits are approved by: ACCME, APA, ASWB, NBCC, CAMFT, and New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work
University of Minnesota Center for Early Education and Development - Our online courses help people who work with young children and their families hone their skills and gain new insights into child development. Because we are an applied research center, our instructors understand how to translate the latest research into actionable practice for professionals.
Online Infant Mental Health Training Resources for Professionals - Parent-Infant Foundation provides a list (and some reviews) of the infant mental health training resources available online. Searching and reviews were completed by a Consultant Clinical Child Psychologist to PIF with extensive knowledge of parent-infant work.
Children's Institute: A Foundation Training In Reflective Supervision - Reflective supervision, reflective consultation, and reflective practice are terms used for the approaches now considered best practices for providers, supervisors, and agencies where stress, secondary trauma, high turnover, and service quality are significant concerns. This interactive virtual training is designed for supervisors in the infant-family early childhood field, including mental health, early childhood education, home visitation, and other child and family services.
Reflective Supervision - In this session participants will explore the components of reflective supervision, observe and practice key skills associated with reflective practice and explore strategies for providing responsive versus reactive responses in the supervisory relationship.
Supervisor Training: Reflective Group Supervision [Online] - In these challenging times providing clinical supervision and support to staff is complex, strenuous and essential. The typical model of coming to the supervisor and getting advice on what to do with clients does not adequately meet staff members' needs. Supervisors need a different model that attends, first, to the staff members themselves and then their experiences with clients. They also need to understand clients' experiences as embedded in the larger systems that significantly impact them including race, class, language, and immigration status. This online training is for supervisors who would like to expand their supervision skills to be able to meet these multifaceted needs.
Clinical Supervision: Essentials of Reflective Supervision - Supervision plays an important role to the supervisee in becoming a trained and competent practitioner. To be successful, it takes a great deal of flexibility and a clear understanding about how to guide the supervisee through this process. In this course, you will be provided with an overview of reflective supervision, as well as guidance about how to promote reflective practice in supervision.
Visit https://www.allianceaimh.org/online-trainings for a list of competency-aligned online training offered across the Alliance member AIMHs.
Erikson Institute is currently accepting applications for our Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Certificate Program. This program is designed for experienced practitioners who want to enhance their practice with an infant mental health lens. This online program is designed for clinicians and child development professionals from a variety of different disciplines. Coursework focuses on supporting the healthy social and emotional development of infants and young children through supporting the parent child relationship. If you want to enhance your skills in working with parents and young children this program is for you. We offer generous scholarships and the program qualifies for additional financial support through federal financial aid.
For more information and to complete an online application please visit our website.