The Infant Mental Health Professional

Individuals involved in infant mental health come from many different backgrounds including Education, Nursing, Early Childhood, Psychology, Social Work, Pediatrics and Psychiatry. Other disciplines which use infant mental health principles in their work include: Family Studies, Family Therapy, Human Development, Juvenile Law, Medicine, Nutrition, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Special Education, to name just a few.

Babies First

The Infant Crier

Download the latest issue of the Infant Crier - MI-AIMH's quarterly newsletter.


A quick look at what's happening, here at MI-AIMH and in the news!

The loss of our friend, Greg Proulx
November 25, 2014
Many Young Pregnant Women Need Better Dental Care: Study
October 16, 2014
New Foster Care Policy Takes Infant Attachment Into Account
October 15, 2014


Get all the details on our Conferences, Training, Series and more!

Save the Date!! 2015 MI-AIMH Conference!!
May 17th - 19th, 2015 · Kalamazoo, Michigan
Northwest Chapter Brown Bag Discussion
May 14th, 2015 · Pine Rest Conference Room 1050 Silver Dr., Traverse City, MI
The ACE Study and Its Application with Our Work with Young Families Presented by Gerard Costa, PhD
April 24th, 2015 · Haggerty Center, 715 E. Front Street, Traverse City, MI

Join/Renew MI-AIMH: 2015

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