South Carolina Infant Mental Health Association's Study Group is a professional development opportunity open to all SCIMHA members.
SCIMHA's study group is an interactive experience that works best when all attendees actively participate. Discussion will focus on how our work and life experiences relate to the information shared in the professional development offering.
Applying a Mental Health Lens to Child Welfare Work
SCIMHA's study group will meet to review the fourth episode in a podcast series on Early Development and Child Welfare created by CEED and the Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare. The series of 10 episodes covers a range of important aspects of child development and child welfare work.
In this episode, Faith Edison, LMSW of the Alliance of Infant Mental Health talks with Dr. Sarah Shea about how using an infant mental health framework in child welfare work can benefit young children and their caregivers.
Listen to the Podcast
Participating in Study Group:
1. Please listen to the podcast prior to the study group gathering.
2. Turn your microphone and video camera on for the best interactive discussion experience.
*Time spent at this event counts towards IMH-E® and ECMH-E® training or renewal requirements. We recommend consulting the competency guidelines associated with your Endorsement® category to confirm. Please contact Jean Cimino at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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