If you’re working with very young children and their parents,
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The California Association for Infant Mental Health (CalAIMH) advocates for the needs of all children ages pre-natal to five in the state of California. We are transdisciplinary in our approach; we welcome everyone, from any field or profession, who wishes to be informed about infant mental health.

Together we will ensure relational health for all young children in California.

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Upcoming Events

Aug
9
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How to Measure a Relationship – by Barbara Stroud
Aug 9 @ 9:00 am – 10:30 am
The clinical tool How to Measure a Relationship is a must for creating dyadic interventions, goal development and documenting dyadic therapy

About this event

Relationships fuel development and serve as a healing tool for infant mental health. Yet how do we measure relationship challenges, define dyadic treatment goals, and measure progress? How to Measure a Relationship addresses these troublesome issues. This session will introduce attendees to a Causal Rubric designed to assess medical necessity. Furthermore, we will define the Psychological Tasks of Childhood, which allows practitioners to target dyadic interventions. This training has been designed for a transdisciplinary audience of birth to five providers. Attendees will leave with practical tools ready to put into action.

How to Measure a Relationship has been used across multiple professional communities, including early care and education, Part C early intervention, home visiting, public health nursing, mental health practice, and more. This will be a live virtual event.

Cancellation Policy: Attendees may cancel up to one week prior to the session date. Attendees canceling after this time frame will be charged a $10 cancellation fee, and there will be no refunds. To avoid miscommunication and unnecessary fees, please confirm that your Eventbrite account email matches the email address you will be using for participation in this training.

 

 

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