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WA-AIMH Trainings

This 5 session series explores core concepts in infant and early childhood mental health, including: centering-caregiver child relationships, supporting
early attachment, understanding when babies and young children need advanced support, and cultivating reflective practice. This is a foundational training series for early childhood professionals.

CEUs for mental health professionals and STARS hours available.

This 7 session 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.

CEUs for mental health professionals and STARS hours available.

This 3-hour workshop provides an introduction to reflective practice and the foundational values and skills that support it. Participants will learn the purpose and benefits of reflective practice, explore key skills, and identify strategies for incorporating reflection into daily experiences and practice with babies, young children and their families/caregivers.

For Supervisors who have participated in reflective supervision and want to become Reflective Supervisors, this 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.

If you are a professional serving children prenatal to five in Washington State who are enrolled in Apple Health (Medicaid), the IECMH Workforce Collaborative provides free IECMH workshops and DC:0-5 trainings., as well as additional workforce supports. Click the IECMH Workforce Collaborative tab to learn more!

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