This year’s Planning Committee is pleased to announce the Early Childhood Mental Health Institute and Child, Adolescent and Family Behavioral Health 2018 Conferences
When: Monday, April 9 through Wednesday, April 11 – Friday, April 13
The Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Institute Conference
Where: Downtown Anchorage Sheraton
For more information please visit http://www.infant2youthconferenceak.com/
For questions or feedback, please contact the organizer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coming in 2018 Speical Training Opportunities for AK-AIMH Members
Email us after January 1st to obtain more information
- 50% Discount on Hanen E-Seminars choose from over 14 courses!
Partnering to Promote Best Practices in Home-based Services for Young Children & their Families
The Ounce of Prevention Fund has created the only completely online, on-demand series of courses & webinars aimed at home-visiting professionals. The self-paced courses & live webinars in Achieve OnDemandTM include content for direct service home visitors as well as for supervisors of home-visiting programs..
AK-AIMH has partnered with the Ounce in order to provide FREE access to this training system on behalf of our members. We chose Achieve OnDemandTM due to the quality of the content and because the courses having already been approved and cross-walked to the Competencies for the Endorsement for Culturally Sensitive, Relationship-Focused Practice Promoting Infant Mental Health®.
AK-AIMH's goals in facilitating access to this training are (1) to support members' professional development toward endorsement, and (2) to promote the skills, knowledge, & abilities known to promote infant mental health within home-based services.
Agency members can sign up for 5 user slots!
The program is worth $1,300 per user if you complete ALL materials & it’s FREE to AKAIMH members!
Only 50 user slots are available, so don’t delay!
Mandatory informational webinars start January 31st & the deadline to register is February 28th!
All requirements, deadlines, & details are found in the documents below. Once you review these materials, email us to get Zoom links to attend one of the four scheduled informational webinars: email@example.com
Reflective Supervision Scholarship Information
NEW This Year: Members seeking Endorsement can apply for a $500 scholarship to reimburse their costs of reflective supervision/consultation”
Text: Through a partnership with the IMH Associations of Washington, Idaho, & Oregon, & their state MIECHV programs, AK-AIMH has received funds to expand capacity for reflective supervision/consultation (RSC) in Alaska. To this end, AK-AIMH will award FOUR scholarships of $500 each to members to help defray the costs of receiving the RSC required for endorsement.
Act soon! You must be an AK-AIMH member, registered on EASy with appropriate continuing education entered into the system, & submit an application packet by February 20th!
Learn more about endorsed reflective consultation individuals in Alaska here.
Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Institute (IECMHI)
The Dates for 2018 Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Institute in Anchorage: April 9-11, 2018.
At the 2018 IECMHI, AK-AIMH has received grant funding from the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority to provide a full-day training by Zero to Three on the NEW DC: 0-5, Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood. Stay tuned for registration information.
Member Training Opportunities
AK-AIMH’s access to the IMPH program has expired. However, interested professionals can access the 2018 training series at this website.