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Day One PSA

From DAY ONE Baby Knows Understanding how baby’s brain grows with everything she see, hears, and feels “from Day One” helps parents appreciate the importance of holding and talking to baby, of face time, [...]

Day Two PSA

Information explores a range of activities for toddlers, including eating, saying “no”, watching TV, having a tantrum, and adjusting to a new baby in the home. All the activities are explored from two points [...]

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Baby’s First Wish Parent Educational Newsletters in English or Spanish with information about babies from birth to 36 months. Questions About Kids are written for parents and other caregivers on topics of social and [...]

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NMAIMH Briefs

NMAIMH Brief 1 addresses infant mental health fundamentals. Additional information that may be helpful to you in How to Talk about Early Childhood Mental Health is found in the document below from ZERO TO THREE. [...]

Reflective Supervision

What is Reflective Supervision?  How do I know that what I have participated in is consistent with the NMAIMH definition? Everyone who works with infants and their families needs and deserves to have training [...]

The Effects of Maltreatment on Early Development

A set of materials developed/adapted by the NMAIMH in response to a request from the NM Department of Health Family Infant Toddler Program and NM Child, Youth and Families Department Child Protective Services. The [...]

Love and Learn

Promoting the Importance of Healthy, Happy Babies is a set of public awareness materials that were developed in 2004 as part of the Infant Mental Health Infrastructure Development Project. The Project was funded by [...]

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Harvard Center on the Developing Child

Explaining the Science of Early Brain Development – ReadyNation has partnered with the Center on the Developing Child at Harvard University to produce a series of tools to help advocates explain the scientific research behind early [...]

New Mexico Association for Play Therapy

New Mexico Association for Play Therapy  (NMAPT) is an association to advance the psychosocial development and mental health of all people in all nations through play and play therapy by promoting: (1) the understanding and [...]

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MEMBERS OF THE ALLIANCE Click here for the most current list. As of July, 2018: Alaska Infant Toddler Mental Health Association Arizona: Infant Toddler Children’s Mental Health Coalition Connecticut Association for Infant Mental Health [...]