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Infant Mental Health

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  • Center on Infant Mental Health & Development
    The mission of the Center on Infant Mental Health and Development is to promote interdisciplinary research and training related to the social and emotional aspects of development for young children during their formative years. Special emphasis is placed on vulnerable children at risk due to maternal mental health problems, extreme poverty and homelessness, absence of social supports, parental substance abuse, and related factors. Children already exhibiting developmental delays as a consequence of these factors are also of central interest to the center.

  • Infant Mental Health Journal

  • Maine Association for Infant Mental Health
    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.

  • World Association for Infant Mental Health
    WAIMH is an interdisciplinary and international association that promotes education, research, and study of the effects of mental, emotional, and social development during infancy on later normal and psychopathological development.

  • Zero to Three
    Since 1977, ZERO TO THREE's multidisciplinary focus has brought together infant and family professionals, uniting the fields of medicine, mental health, research, science, child development, and education.



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