The Washington Association for Infant Mental Health, 1833 N 105th St #203 Seattle, WA 98133, Phone: 206-729-5111

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Opportunities at WA-AIMH

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We are excited to announce this opportunity for an Endorsement Coordinator to join our team! As our Endorsement Coordinator you will provide support and advocate for professionals working with and on behalf of infants (prenatal to three) and their families to earn Endorsement for Culturally Sensitive, Relationship-Focused Practice Promoting Infant Mental Health (IMH-E®).  The Endorsement® is designed to establish and recognize competence in the infant mental health field through experience, training, and academic preparation and reflective supervision as determined by the IMH-E® Competency Guidelines. For more information and to apply, click here

Opportunities with Community Partners

The Washington Association for Infant Mental Health works with a great network of other organizations as members, mentors, and collaborators. We are pleased to promote their job postings here.

The Stroum Jewish Community Center's Early Childhood School is seeking a part time Infant and Early Childhood Consultant. This is a position held by a graduate-level professional with extensive knowledge and experience in the development and mental health of children ages three months to 6 years old. 

YMCA San Diego has an opening for an Early Childhood Mental Health Clinical Consultant to help caregivers nurture the social and emotional development of children birth through five. The ECMH Clinical Consultant will help adults to understand, assess and address the child’s needs by developing individualized support plans to guide intervention strategies.

 

Child Care Aware has posted the job announcement for an Early Learning Infant-Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation (IECMHC) Director! This person will supervise the regional implementation of IECMHC that was funded through 2SSB 5903 earlier this year.

Hope Rising Clinic is hiring a child and family therapist to be part of a dynamic, multidisciplinary team providing evaluation and evidence-based therapeutic support for children birth through 12 years with prenatal substance exposure and their families.

Kindering seeks an infant mental health provider to collaborate with a team of therapists, special educators, and family resources coordinators to provide evaluation and therapeutic support services for children ages birth to three.

Kindering seeks a provider with an infant mental health lens to help develop and support our Families in Transition program which serves families experiencing homelessness, housing instability, and financial insecurities.

Wonderland Child & Family Services seeks a mental health provider to collaborate with a team of therapists, special educators, and family resources coordinators to provide evaluation and therapeutic support services for children ages birth to three.

If you have a job opening you’d like to list here, please contact us