Training

WA-AIMH Trainings

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.

 

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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.

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The DC:0–5™ is the developmentally-based system for diagnosing mental health and developmental disorders in infants and toddlers. This official training provides an overview for allied professionals working with children 0-5 and their families.

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This official, comprehensive training on DC:0-5™ is designed to provide infant and early childhood mental health clinicians with hands-on knowledge of the application and approach of DC:05™. 

 

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The Ages and Stages Questionnaires are parent-completed development and social-emotional screeners for young children. This 3 part training provides instruction on how to administer both the ASQ and ASQ-SE (Social-Emotional) assessment tools.

 

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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.

 

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Washington Trainings

More details to come from training opportunities around our state!

Online Trainings

More details to come on distance learning opportunities.

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

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