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Infant Mental Health is concerned with early relationships: their origins and their power

CT Association for Infant Mental Health Newsletter
August 2013
You are receiving this Newsletter as a 2013 Member of CT Association for Infant Mental Health.  We are delighted you have joined this group of professionals working to promote early, warm, sensitive, and responsive relationships for infants and toddlers and their families.
SAVE THE DATE: November 21, 2013 is the date for our Fall Conference at the WoodWinds in Branford, CT.  Dr. Mary Dozier, chair of Child Development, University of Deleware and author of Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-Up (ABC), will be our keynote speaker.  Please plan to attend and watch for information about how to register.  Members will be notified early.
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Your Association has grown rapidly since 2004 largely through the efforts of a very passionate and volunteer Board of Directors.  To continue to grow and meet the needs of all those interested in and serving infants and toddlers and their families, we need to have an Executive Director to work with our  Board and the strong infant mental health community in Connecticut.  While currently we do not have the funds to employee a full time person, we are seeking someone who has the time, interest, and passion to move the Association forward in its quest for sustainable funding.  To learn more about our search please see the  Executive Director Opportunity
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