Full course description
The Intensive Fellowship in IECMH offers professionals the opportunity to examine the optimal physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development of infants, toddlers and young children within the context of the family. The program is designed for professionals who work in the fields of psychology, counseling, social work, education, pediatrics, nursing, home visiting, early intervention, early care and education, child protection, and other allied health fields, focusing on the relationship between infants, young children and their families. Fellows will learn advanced topics in infancy and early childhood development, emotional and relational health, assessment and intervention strategies, and systems working to support infants, children, and families in the first years of life. The 10-month Intensive Fellowship meets all competencies in Theoretical Foundations, Law, Regulation & Policy, and Systems Expertise towards the New Jersey Association for Infant Mental Health Competency and Endorsement System (www.nj-aimh.org/endorsement). It also provides 24 hours of Reflective Consultation by a trained Reflective Consultant. In total, the program provides 120 hours of learning. Successful completion of the certificate will require attendance at least 90% of the program.
For more information about the fellowship and how to enroll, please contact the Center for Autism and Early Childhood Mental Health at email@example.com.