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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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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/ [...]

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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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Become recognized for your specialty in infant mental health.

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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