MI-AIMH offers an array of publications to promote best practice in the rapidly growing infant and family field. Written by MI-AIMH members recognized for their leadership in the infant mental health field, these materials support knowledge about early development and parenthood, as well as prevention and intervention treatment services for infants, toddlers and their families.
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The leading international journal for infant research, program evaluation and clinical studies...
$50.00 Subscription MI-AIMH/WAIMH Member Print + Online
$40.00 Subscription MI-AIMH/WAIMH Member Online only
$62.50 Subscription Non-MI-AIMH/WAIMH Member Print + Online
The Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health offers you professionally developed publications that promote knowledgeable and skillful practice within a competency-based infant mental health framework...
$190.00 MI-AIMH Member - inside U.S.
$250.00 Non-MI-AIMH Member - inside U.S.
Relationships First, a Training Companion for Baby Stages: A Parent's and Caregiver's Guide to the Social and Emotional Development of Infants and Toddlers
This new, 8 page, training companion for the Baby Stages development wheel is now available through MI-AIMH...
$15.00 Relationships First Training Companion - Non MI-AIMH Member
$12.00 Relationships First Training Companion - MI-AIMH Member
$37.50 Training Companion and 25 Baby Stages Wheels Michigan residents
$55.75 Training Companion and 25 Baby Stages Wheels Non-Michigan residents
**A new revised edition of this publication has arrived!** This 40-page booklet identifies competencies that have been identified by service providers and professionals as crucial for effective, culturally sensitive, relationship-based practice promoting infant mental health...
$25.50 MI-AIMH Member
Mark Rains and Betty Tableman, Authors
This second edition booklet summarizes what infants/toddlers who live between care giving families, due to divorce or placement in foster care, need for sound social and emotional development...
$12.00 Supporting Relationships for Infants and Toddlers With Two Homes - MI-AIMH Member
$15.00 Supporting Relationships for Infants and Toddlers With Two Homes - Non MI-AIMH Member
The knowledge gathered here, informed by research and evaluation, is grounded in years of practical experience and offers an invaluable guide for practitioners, supervisors, policy makers, and others interested in delivering services that promote infant mental health...
$30.00 CD - Non-Member
$25.00 CD - MI-AIMH Member
Courts, Child Welfare and Infant Mental Health: Improving Outcomes for Abused/Neglected Infants and Toddlers (2008)
In 2007, Justice Maura Corrigan proposed to initiate infant mental health assessment and intervention services in Michigan for infants and toddlers before the courts for abuse/neglect, following the example of the Miami-Dade Family Court and other programs around the country...
$18.00 MI-AIMH Member
This 16-page guide summarizes infant mental health beliefs and best practice strategies typically used to support social-emotional development of infants, toddlers, and families within the context of relationships and communities...
$10.00 MI-AIMH Member
“Guidelines For Comprehensive Assessment of Infants and Their Parents In The Child Welfare System, 2006” from the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health
Developed for the busy practitioner assessing parental capacity and status of infants and toddlers for child welfare or the Court...
$18.00 MI-AIMH Member
By Joan J. Shirilla & Deborah J...
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