It is with great disappointment that I tell you that the 2020 Reflective Supervision/Consultation Symposium that was planned for July 26-28, 2020 in Montclair, NJ has been postponed until 2021. While it is critical to protect everyone's health and safety, we acknowledge the loss. Many of us eagerly anticipate this opportunity to be together, supporting one another's capacity for RSC.
We are pleased to announce that NJAIMH will the host the 2021 co-sponsored event. AIMHiTN (who had been selected as host for 2021) will now host the 2022 symposium. Huge thanks to both AIMHs for their flexibility!
Plans are getting underway for an "alternative" symposium experience with some degree of the experiential opportunity for which this event is known. The alternative event will be offered virtually by the Alliance this summer. We are tentatively planning for 3 half-day sessions, via video conference, that would take place over the original symposium dates (7/26, 7/27, and 7/28). Please stay tuned for more details as the planning unfolds. We anticipate addressing the how's and why's of providing
RSC in communities that have been disproportionately affected by the Covid crisis.
For those AIMHs considering an application to host a future symposium, details about how and when to apply will also be forthcoming!
For a limited time, First3Years is excited to offer FREE instant access to our Online Educational Courses. Earn 1 Hour of Continuing Education (SW, LPC, ECI, CPE) per webinar. Individuals can access their CEU by completing the survey provided at the end of each webinar. Click here for full details.
Visit https://www.allianceaimh.org/online-trainings for a list of competency-aligned online training offered across the Alliance member AIMHs.
Erikson Institute is currently accepting applications for our Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Certificate Program. This program is designed for experienced practitioners who want to enhance their practice with an infant mental health lens. This online program is designed for clinicians and child development professionals from a variety of different disciplines. Coursework focuses on supporting the healthy social and emotional development of infants and young children through supporting the parent child relationship. If you want to enhance your skills in working with parents and young children this program is for you. We offer generous scholarships and the program qualifies for additional financial support through federal financial aid.
For more information and to complete an online application please visit our website.