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    Save The Date

    Friday, November 6, 2015 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
    Elliott University Center, UNC Greensboro

    NC Infant Mental Health Association 3rd Annual Conference and Annual Meeting

    Infants and Child Welfare: Integrating an Infant Mental Health Approach into the Child Welfare Service Delivery System
    with
    Brenda Jones Harden, PhD
    University of Maryland College Park, Department of Human Development

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    Social Thinking: Necessary for Success

    It is hard to believe but preschoolers, three to four year olds, are more likely than teenagers to get expelled from school. A study done by Yale in 2005 found that Pre-K students are expelled at a rate more than 3 times that of children in grades K-12. Based on this study it seems clear that young children are not automatically learning the skills they need to self-regulate and function as part of a group. Click here to continue reading

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Come Join Us!

Our next meeting is March 19th from 9am-1030am. Meetings are located at The Watkins Center, 3500 Ellington St, Charlotte, NC 28211. See full meeting schedule

Find Help

Click here to search for infant mental health providers by insurance accepted and language spoken. You can use the map of providers to view the locations of providers. Infant mental health treatment can address a wide range of concerning behaviors in young children in order to prevent future problem behaviors and mental health issues.