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For a complete list of upcoming events and training, view our Events Calendar here

 

Featured Event:

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This training offers a deep dive into the Competency Guidelines for Culturally Sensitive, Relationship-Focused Infant Mental Health Endorsement® through the exploration of an infant mental health case study. Presenters will share how each scope of practice plays a role in working with and supporting an infant and their caregivers, highlighting how the Competency Guidelines® can act as a “map” for all professionals involved in the life of a young child to utilize core infant mental health principles and practices in their work. Additionally, presenters will define how Reflective Supervision/Consultation (RSC) enhances program quality and supports professionals, caregivers, and infants to feel seen, held, and supported.

After this training, participants will: 

  • Identify a professional at each Endorsement category (promotion, prevention, intervention, leadership) and explore the professional’s role/responsibilities within the infant mental health field.
  • Demonstrate how the Competency Guidelines supports a team of professionals serving a young child and their family better coordinate support and care.
  • Increase understanding of the parallel process and how RSC can be used to improve program quality and practice within programs supporting pregnant people, infants, toddlers, young children and their families. 

Presenters: Kelly Sipotz, LMSW, IMH-E® and Ashley McCormick, LMSW, IMH-E®

Certificates of Attendance will be provided with the completion of a brief post-training survey. This training aligns with competency areas for Culturally Responsive, Relationship Focused Infant Mental Health Endorsement® (Endorsement).

Ongoing Meetings & Sessions: 

Statewide Advisory Committee on Infant Mental Health Endorsement®

Monthly multi-disciplinary committee meeting created to advise and assist with the implementation of Infant Mental Health Endorsement® throughout North Carolina. 

Co-Chairs: Asata Virgo and Paul Lanier

Date/Location: Every 3rd Tuesday from 10:30am-12pm via Zoom 

Questions? Email Endorsement@NCIMHA.0rg for more information.

Endorsement 101

Introductory session tailored towards those interested in applying for Infant Mental Health Endorsement®

Participants will  learn more about the 4 categories of Endorsement, requirements for each category, and the process for applying for Endorsement in North Carolina. Ample time will be provided for specific questions and discussion.

Facilitator: Jess Taylor-Pickford, NCIMHA Endorsement Coordinator

Date/Location: Dates vary (see upcoming dates and register here) via Zoom

Questions? Email Endorsement@NCIMHA.org 

Applying for Endorsement via EASy

This session will allow prospective Endorsement applicants to take a tour of the EASy application system utilized for creating Endorsement applications.

Participants will learn how to log/document education, work, training and (in some cases) reflective supervision experiences; send out reference rater forms; and audit their Endorsement application to check for completion prior to submission. 

Facilitator: Jess Taylor-Pickford, NCIMHA Endorsement Coordinator

Date/Location: Dates vary (see upcoming dates and register here) via Zoom

Questions? Email Endorsement@NCIMHA.org