AIMH News

Here are our latest news items, older items are available in our archive.

03-Dec-2017
Announcing 'What About the Children's' forthcoming Conference on 8th March 2018 'The Never-changing Emotional Needs of the Under-threes' - can these be met in our ever-changing society?, when they will be marking 25 years of the charity and its work to promote the importance of the first three years for future health and wellbeing.  Speakers are Prof. Marian  Bakermans-Kranenburg,  University of...
30-Nov-2017
Robin Balbernie, Consultant Child Psychotherapist, Clinical Director PIP UK. This document links with the 'Evidence-based early years intrervention inquiry launch'. 
30-Nov-2017
AIMH UK Members - we are delighted that we now have Speaker Presentations uploaded, (where permitted to use) from our Conference on 29 September 2017 'Working Effectively with Fathers during the Perinatal Period'. You also have access to presentations  from our Celebratory Conference in 2016 and from our 2015 conference too. Log-in to view all videos from the 'Library' page, click on the 'Videos' link at the top of...
24-Nov-2017
The Science and Technology Committee will examine the strength of the evidence linking adverse childhood experiences with long-term negative outcomes, the evidence base for related interventions, whether evidence is being used effectively in policy-making, and the support and oversight for research into this area. The Committee would welcome written submissions by 8 December 2017 on current research into ‘adverse...
13-Oct-2017
Louise Emanuel had made such a seminal contribution to infant mental health nationally and internationally and for many of us her name is synonymous with infant mental health.  To recognise Louise and her wonderful work we have initiated the Louise Emmanuel Award for Infant Mental Health, the first of these Awards was presented, this year, at our Annual Conference in September and will be presented, annually, to somebody who has...
13-Oct-2017
https://developingchild.harvard.edu/resources/three-early-childhood-development-principles-improve-child-family-outcomes/
13-Oct-2017
Early language acquisition impacts on all aspects of young children’s non-physical development. It contributes to their ability to manage emotions and communicate feelings, to establish and maintain relationships, to think symbolically, and to learn to read and write. While the majority of young children acquire language effortlessly, a significant minority do not.