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    • 24 Jul 2019
    • 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • DMH Administrative Office, 2414 Bull Street, Columbia SC
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    • 29 Jul 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Webinar: Zoom Meeting Room
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    Endorsement for Culturally Sensitive, Relationship-Focused Practice Promoting Infant Mental Health (IMH-E ®)

    July 11, 2019 , 12:00pm-1:30pm EST

    or

    July 29, 2019, 10:00am- 11:30am EST

    Please join the SCIMHA Endorsement team as we introduce the EASy application system and next steps to Endorsement!

    Registered Endorsement Seekers will hear from SCIMHA's contracted Endorsement Coordinator Jean Cimino about connecting SCIMHA's mission and activities to your work, explaining how the IMH Endorsement is relevant to the infant and early childhood workforce, how to differentiate and choose between the different IMH Endorsement categories, and identify next steps necessary to begin the IMH Endorsement application process.


    Jean has spent the last 16+ years working in the early childhood health and safety field as a public health professional. In the early part of her career she managed a national health and safety curriculum for state-based child care health consultants to ensure that children in care are healthy, safe, and ready to learn. She then co-managed a set of national health and safety standards to support quality improvement for early care and education settings.

    Through these roles, Ms. Cimino has provided training and technical assistance to a variety of early childhood stakeholder groups, including but not limited to caregivers/teachers, families, health care professionals, licensing professionals/regulators, national private organizations, policymakers, State Departments of Education and local school administrators, States and localities who fund subsidized care and services for income-eligible families, and faculty researchers.

    Ms. Cimino is currently the Director of Endorsement & Special Projects for the Colorado Association for Infant Mental Health through which she has expanded the growth of the IMH-E® to a variety of disciplines across the state. In May 2017, Jean became Endorsed as an Infant Mental Health Mentor – Policy. She is excited to partner with SCIMHA to support the launch of the IMH Endorsement to infant and early childhood professionals across South Carolina.


Past events

18 Jul 2019 Third Thursday Webinar: Early Identification of Autism
11 Jul 2019 Webinar:SCIMHA Endorsement 101 Presentation
20 Jun 2019 Third Thursday Webinar:Introduction to ACEs: Learn the impact of ACEs on early childhood brain development, health and well-being, the original ACE study and South Carolina ACE data, as well as strategies to empower communities to prevent ACEs.
16 May 2019 Third Thursday Webinar: Addressing Infant and Toddler Mental Health among Immigrant and Refugee Families
9 May 2019 SCIMHA 2nd Annual Meeting and Conference
18 Apr 2019 Third Thursday Webinar: We all play a role in Infant Mental Health!
21 Mar 2019 Third Thursday Webinar: Formal and Informal Observations of Parent-Child Interactions
21 Feb 2019 Third Thursday Webinar: What Happens When You Disrupt a Secure Attachment?
17 Jan 2019 Third Thursday Webinar: We all play a role in Infant Mental Health!
9 Aug 2018 IECMH Endorsement Orientation Webinar
29 May 2018 SCIMHA Annual Meeting
21 May 2018 Using the “Facilitating Attuned Interactions” (FAN) approach as a Tool for Strengthening Early Childhood SOCs
1 Apr 2018 April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month
27 Mar 2018 Webinar: Making a Difference: Maternal Depression
27 Mar 2018 Applying the Protective Factors to Your Work - Children's Trust of South Carolina
21 Feb 2018 Reflective Supervision Training
8 Feb 2018 Kyle D. Pruett, MD: Understanding the Foundations for Comprehensive, Intervention-Oriented Infant and Toddler Developmental Assessment
18 Jan 2018 Tackling the Tough Stuff: Addressing Social-Emotional Issues With Vulnerable Families (Zero to Three)
18 Jan 2018 Join us to launch SC’s I-ECMH Endorsement®


PARTNER EVENTS

Using the DECA Program to Promote Trauma-Sensitive Settings    May 16, 2019 2:00 PM EDT - 3:00 PM EDT 

Prevent Child Abuse America  National Conference       September 16-18, 2019       Milwaukee, WI
Join colleagues from the prevention, home visiting, research, academic, child welfare, and public policy fields, among others, as we discuss the cutting-edge research, innovative program practices, and impactful public awareness and policy strategies that help move child abuse and neglect prevention upstream.


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