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MAY 8, 2015
8:15 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
at The Carriage House in Lewiston, ME

Dr Margaret Blaustein

Dr. Margaret Blaustein
Clinical Psychologist, Speaker, Author and Consultant

What is Infant Mental Health?

Infant mental health is an inter-disciplinary field of research, clinical practice and public policy-making concerned with maximizing the emotional, physical, social and cognitive well-being of zero to five year old children and their caregivers.

Infant mental health assumes that:

What is the MeAIMH?

The Maine Association for Infant Mental Health was founded in 1982 (incorporated in 1987) in response to a growing interest and concern in Maine for the psychosocial and physical well-being of infants and their families. The Association is an interdisciplinary organization that:

The MeAIMH holds training conferences each year in May and also sponsors additional courses, clinical institutes and seminars of interest to social workers, psychologists, day care providers, early intervention specialists, nurses and members of other professions who work with infants, young children and their families.

MeAIMH Board meetings are held monthly and are open to Association members and their guests.

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