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

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Exciting Training Opportunity: Child-Parent Psychotherapy

The developers of Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) at the Child Trauma Research Program at UCSF will be hosting a CPP training opportunity in Washington State, beginning on December 2 – 4, 2019. This training will be free of charge to participating clinicians, with support from King County Best Starts for Kids, Perigee Fund, the Barnard Center for Infant Mental Health and Development, and the Washington Association for Infant Mental Health. Clinicians and their agency supervisors and leaders will participate in an 18-month learning collaborative, which includes 3 in-person learning sessions and twice-monthly consultation calls. A detailed overview of the learning collaborative can be found here.

If you or your agency are interested in participating,

please fill out this Expression of Interest Form.

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WA-AIMH Trainings

 

IECMH Foundational Training Series

This 5 part introductory series explores core concepts including: centering caregiver child relationships, cultivating reflective practice, supporting early attachment, and understanding when  young children need advanced support.

5 Tuesdays, 11/5 to 12/10

6 to 9 pm

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The Growing Brain

This training, developed by Zero to Three explores early brain growth, the building blocks of social emotional development and the impacts of early experiences on growth and learning.

October 19 & 20

9 am to 3:30 pm

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Introduction to

Reflective Practice

This  3-hour experiential training is a great introduction to Reflective Practice: what it is, how to integrate it in your support of families and in your organization, and practical tips for bringing a reflective lens to your daily work.

Introduction to Reflective Supervision

For Supervisors who have participated in ongoing reflective supervision and want to become Reflective Supervisors, this 2-day training covers skills and best practices, followed by a monthly reflective supervision peer group to share your journey as you put your RS skills into place with your team.

11/7 & 8 - 9:30 am to 4 pm

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Ages & Stages Questionaire (ASQ)/ASQ-SE

This training will teach how to administer the ASQ and ASQ-SE (Social-Emotional) assessment tools.

These trainings can be adapted to small or large groups. 

Contact our team to tell us your needs and schedule a training today.

 

Washington Trainings

More details to come from training opportunities around our state!

Online Trainings

More details to come on distance learning opportunities.