Registration closes October 28, 2022. All times listed are in Central.
The Nebraska Association for Infant Mental Health has joined the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health. Infant Mental Health Endorsement® (IMH-E®) is an internationally recognized credential used to demonstrate specialization in the infant mental health field. It supports and recognizes the development of professionals who work with or on behalf of pregnant women, infants, young children and their families.
Join us to learn more about how Endorsement® might enhance the work you are doing!
Connect the Nebraska Association for Infant Mental Health’s mission and activities to your work.
Explain how the IMH-E® is relevant to the infant and early childhood workforce.
Identify the steps necessary to begin the IMH-E® application process.
Who should attend? All who work with young children and families.
Attendees will be provided with a certificate of attendance and agenda.
Speaker: Sami Bradley, MaED, LIMHP, IMH-E® Assistant Vice President of Early Childhood Mental Health
Nebraska Children and Families Foundation
Sami works at Nebraska Children with the Rooted in Relationships Initiative where she works with state and community partners to develop systems of care that support the social and emotional well-being of children birth through age 8. She received her Bachelors Degree from Doane University in Psychology and Religious Studies. She then went on to obtain her Masters of Education in Community Counseling from University of Nebraska at Kearney. Previously, she had worked in private practice where she focused her work on family and early childhood. She is formally trained in Child Parent Psychotherapy, Play Therapy, and as a Circle of Security Parenting and Classroom Facilitator. She also has experience with Head Start as a home visitor and supervisor, and also working with the Early Development Network. In Nebraska she leads the State COSP Leadership Team, and is also a Co-lead for the Nebraska Association for Infant Mental Health. She is passionate about early childhood mental health, especially in increasing the capacity of the state to support all children and families.