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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Let your voice be heard regarding Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP)

All children and their families have the right to feel welcomed and appreciated for who they are as they participate in early childhood programs. Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP) of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is a primary resource guiding directors and teachers in creating programs that make that right a reality. At CalAIMH, we are …


The California Association for Infant Mental Health offers deepest condolences to the families of the 18 souls who lost their lives to senseless gun violence in Monterey Park and Half Moon Bay and to the many more injured and impacted by these unthinkable acts of violence. We stand with the grieving Asian Pacific Islander communities in California and across the …

Dominique Eugene, Ph.D, a member from Monterey, CA receives APA Global Citizen Psychologist Award

The APA Global Citizen Psychologist citation recognizes psychologists who are ambassadors for psychological science in their communities, bringing their professional knowledge, experience and expertise to benefit those around them by volunteering in their community at the local, national or international level. https://div52.net/awards/apa-global-citizen-psychologist-citation/apa-gcpcr-2022/ …

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