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All infants and their caregivers deserve supports and services that encourage nurturing relationships. Professionals from a variety of disciplines can use a range of infant mental health strategies to foster healthy development. By joining NMAIMH, you help us move closer to creating a cohesive system of infant mental health in New Mexico.

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Reflective Supervision Trainings!

September 29th, 2022|

Do you provide Reflective Supervision or Consultation? Check out our events page to learn more about the upcoming Reflective Supervision Trainings.  

New Endorsement Category Coming Soon!

July 27th, 2022|

A new category of Endorsement has been created and will be available fall 2022! This new category is for professionals who are, or who will soon be providing Reflective Supervision/Consultation (RSC) for professionals doing prevention/ [...]

IMH Office Hours

February 19th, 2022|

Please join us if you have questions about: How to start your Infant Mental Health Endorsement® Specific questions regarding how to move through the application process. The beginning of each call will be a Q [...]

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February 7th, 2022|

At this time, we are unable to process payments via our website. To complete endorsement, membership, or any other payment type, please get in touch with us at admin@nmaimh.org.  

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Endorsement

Endorsement provides recognition of specialized knowledge and expertise in professionals working with or on behalf of pregnant people, infants, birth through three, and their families.

INFANT FAMILY ASSOCIATE

CDA, Associate’s degree, or two years of early childhood experience · Minimum 30 hours of In-Service Training · Signed Code of Ethics · Reflective Supervision/Consultation – Minimum 24 clock hours within a 2-year time frame · 3 Reference Ratings (at least 1 must meet requirements for Endorsement at Category 2, 3 or 4) · No Written Exam

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INFANT FAMILY SPECIALIST

Bachelor’s or Master’s degree and Two years of post-Bachelor’s work experience in the infant/toddler field · Minimum 30 hours of In-Service Training · Signed Code of Ethics · Optional Reflective Supervision/Consultation · 3 Reference Ratings (at least 1 must meet requirements for Endorsement at Category 2, 3 or 4) · No Written Exam

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INFANT MENTAL HEALTH SPECIALIST 

Master’s or Post-Graduate degree and Two years of post-Master’s work providing infant mental health services · Minimum 30 hours of In-Service Training · Signed Code of Ethics · Reflective Supervision/Consultation – Minimum 50 clock hours within a 2-year time frame · 3 Reference Ratings (at least 1 must be from supervisor/consult providing reflective practice) · Written Exam

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INFANT FAMILY MENTAL HEALTH MENTOR

Master’s or Post-Graduate degree and Three years of postgraduate work as a leader in the IMH field ·
Three years post-master’s work in the infant, early childhood, and family field · Minimum 30 hours of In-Service Training ·
Signed Code of Ethics · Reflective Supervision/Consultation – Minimum 50 clock hours within a 2-year time frame ·
3 Reference Ratings (at least 1 must be from supervisor/consult providing reflective practice) · Written Exam

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Why Join NMAIMH?

All infants and their caregivers deserve supports and services that encourage nurturing relationships. Professionals from a variety of disciplines can use a range of infant mental health strategies to foster healthy development. By joining NMAIMH, you help us move closer to creating a cohesive system of infant mental health in New Mexico.

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