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A tall shelf full of old books so full other books must be placed on top in between the cracks.
Neon Spheres


The Washington Association for Infant Mental Health works with a great network of other organizations as members, mentors, and collaborators.

We are pleased to share resources for all Infant Mental Health professionals.

Big changes to Endorsement requirements start May 1, 2022. These changes were developed over the last two years by a task force looking at Endorsement requirements that posed barriers and inequities for users.  They are designed to create a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive Endorsement system offered by AIMH's throughout the country and internationally.

​The Center for Child and Family Well-Being at University of Washington is presenting an ongoing series of sessions in support of providers' self-care. 

Webinar - Self-Care for Prenatal to Five Providers

The Children's Equity Project  has published a new report outlining 14 critical priorities and actionable policies that federal and state policymakers can immediately and concretely utilize to advance equity in the early care and education system. This coordinated policy agenda can help us build stronger, more equitable systems for all children. 

Resource - Caring for Families of Young Children

This resource from Zero To Three highlights areas of opportunity for positively influencing the size, diversity, quality, and accessibility of the IECMH clinical workforce.

Resource - Caring for Families of Young Children

Please note, this resource page is provided for informational purposes only. The majority of links posted above will take visitors to external sites that are not affiliated with

WA-AIMH. This does not indicate our endorsement of any of the specific ideas, resources, links, or commentary shared, nor can we guarantee the accuracy of information.

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