The Infant Toddler Mental Health Coalition of Arizona
Training & Events
Child Crisis Arizona is hosting a number of classes and workshops focusing on children, teens and parents. All classes are hosted on Zoom and require video capabilities. Meeting information will be shared once registration is complete. Programming is live and cannot be viewed outside the scheduled session. Visit https://register.communitypass.net/ChildCrisisArizona to register.
The path to an Autism diagnosis and treatment is a journey no family should have to walk alone. Join the Clinical Leadership team from Ascend Behavior Partners and come to learn more about supporting families in multiple ways throughout their journey. This training will focus on the importance of an early diagnosis, the process of evaluation, why ABA is the gold standard of treatment, and how both parent training and family support can improve treatment outcomes. Click here for full details and to register.
Participants will learn more about the intent of different services used to support the Birth to Five population and their caregivers. Training will include an overview of home visiting programs, AzEIP (Arizona Early Intervention Program), and Parent-Child Relationship Assessments (PCRA) and their clinical purpose. Click here for full details and to register.
This is a new, exciting 13 credit, college level, Infant and Family Studies certificate program that is based on the MI-AIMH (NM-AIMH) Competencies® and offered in colleges in New Mexico. Pamela Segel, EdS, IMH-E (IV) is the instructor. It is a beautiful illustration of how to integrate relationship-based work into a child and family program. Click here to check out the video describing the courses.