The Oklahoma Association for Infant Mental Health was founded in November 1991 and is an affiliate of the World Association for Infant Mental Health. We are the state entity that identifies and promotes the development of a qualified workforce to support the emotional development of infants, toddlers and families.
To promote the mental well-being and healthy development of Oklahoma's infants and young children through multi-disciplinary collaboration, education, workforce development, and advocacy for best practices.
Oklahoma's infants and young children are safe, loved, and nurtured by the adults in their world. Their emotional well-being is recognized, valued, and supported in their communities and they are seen as active participants in relationships with caregivers. Children and their families have access to a full continuum of infant mental health services and supports provided by highly-trained, endorsed professionals committed to life-long learning.