VAIMH Recorded Webinars

Join VAIMH for one-hour lunchtime professional development events and connect with other professionals across the state who care about the mental health of infants, young children, and families in Virginia.

These professional development opportunities are matched to Competencies for those going through or maintaining Endorsement in Infant Mental Health.


VAIMH Professional Development Series
Cozy Up To the Many Colors

of Infant Mental Health - 2022

  • Infant Massage: Why Touch Matters

  • ACES and Relational Health

  • The Impact of Technology on Relationships

  • Learning to Dance: Using Connection to Nurture Healthy Independence and Self-Regulation

Father and Son

VAIMH Professional Development Series
Sailing into Summer Sessions - 2022

  • Unique Aspects of Teenage Parenthood; Strategies for Engagement and Support

  • Impact of Natural World on Infant Mental Health

  • Promoting the Healthy Cultural and Racial Identity of Minority Infants and Toddlers

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VAIMH Free Recorded Webinars

Evaluation link for Winter Brings Spring 2022 VAIMH PD Presentations (Jan 2022-April 2022)
Please complete the evaluation to receive a certificate for attending.

VAIMH Professional Development Series
Winter Brings Spring 2022

  • Sensory Integration and the Impact on Mental Health

  • Circle of Security - An Introduction 

  • Supporting Parents and Caregivers through an Attachment Based Lens: A Glance at Circle of Security in Practice

  • The Role of the Preschool Mental Health Consultant

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VAIMH Professional Development Series
Fall 2021

  • Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder: What to look for and how to talk about it

  • What it means to be bi-cultural, "Mommy can you tell me how you got here"

  • What is your VAIMH Story?

  • Surviving the Holidays

Sleeping Baby

VAIMH Professional Development Series
Summer 2021

  • Learn about the Early Childhood Tract at LEND/VCU

  • Benefits of Reflective Supervision in an Early Childhood Setting

  • Building Resiliency Through the Immigrant Experience

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