AiMH UK hosts CPD events throughout the year. We invite speakers who are experts in the fields of infancy & early years, to bring you up to date with the latest skills for working with parents and babies, and share the latest research and thinking about parents, their babies and toddlers.

AiMH UK CPD Events are open to all students and professionals working in the field of infancy & early years. Membership of AiMH UK includes free access to Skills Box Sessions and AiMH UK Hub Networking Events, as well as discounts on AiMH UK Conferences and selected Hub Events.

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AiMH UK Skills Box Session with David Mullings

Why Engaging Fathers Is No Longer a Choice
Thursday 10th October 1.00pm - 2.00pm
We are delighted that David Mullings of Father Figure Ltd will be presenting our October Skills Box session. We will be running this event on World Mental Health Day 2024.

AiMH UK Lunchtime Skills Box Session: ‘Pregnancy in Mind’

Thursday 4th July 1.00pm - 2.00pm
‘Supporting the Parent-Baby Relationship Antenatally’
Tori Joel and Alexis Golden form the NSPCC will discuss the Pregnancy in Mind service which is a perinatal mental health programme for parents to be.

AIMH UK Lunch & Learn – IMH CPD Workshops

Workshop 5: Weds 24th July - 12.30pm-1.30pm
Workshop 6: Weds 21st Aug. - 12.30pm-1.30pm

Did you know that developing your IMH Portfolio can serve as an integral part of your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and professional revalidation? 

#IMHAW2024 – Speaking Up for Babies

Thursday 13th June 9.30am - 12.30pm
AIMH UK’s Infant Mental Health Awareness Week Conference will amplify the voices of babies to ensure that their needs are heard and addressed. Each session will contribute to growing a professional network of informed practitioners who can safeguard babies and support their well-being and emotional development.

AiMH UK National Networking Event

Thursday 23rd May 9.30am - 12.00pm
'Supporting Infant Sleep - finding a relational away through’.
This is an opportunity to network with colleagues from all areas of the UK, to share ideas and practice and also learn about is happening in relation to support for infant crying in your area though our hub network.

AiMH UK & IMHAANZ Debut Collaborative Event

Wednesday 15 May 2024 19:00 - 22:00 BST
'Supporting Healthy Parent-Infant Relationships when Parents are Impacted by Trauma.'
AIMH UK is delighted to announce our first joint conference with the Infant Mental Health Association of Aotearoa New Zealand (IMHAANZ). This conference will share knowledge and practice from both New Zealand and the UK.

AiMH UK – Alarm Distress Baby Scale 3-hour Workshop (M-ADBB)

Tuesday 23rd April 9.30am - 12.30pm
TICKETS MUST BE BOOKED BY APRIL 19TH - 40 tickets required for event to run.
World Infant, Child & Adolescent Mental Health Day 2024
AiMH UK is delighted to welcome back Alexandre Deprez for a 3-hour workshop on the modified version of the Alarm Distress Baby Scale (M-ADBB)
This observation tool focuses on a baby’s social behaviours such as eye contact, facial expression, vocalisation, and activity levels to help practitioners and families better understand the ways babies express their feelings.

POSTPONED – AiMH UK Spring Workshop 2024

We regret to inform you that, due to unexpected circumstances, we must postpone the event.
Refunds will be issued to those who have already purchased tickets.
It will now take place as our National Conference on Thursday, November 21st, 2024

AiMH UK AGM, Awards & Launch of the Best Practice Factsheet: ‘Infant Sleep’

Friday 23rd February 11.30am - 1.00pm
Professor Jane Barlow, President of AiMH UK will present a Factsheet examining the current state of the evidence with regard to infant sleep including the changes that take place in infant sleep patterns during the first year of life.

AiMH UK Webinar – The Rupture & Repair Process

Friday 9th February 2024 1pm - 3pm

AiMH UK with Tessa Baradon, Evrinomy Avdi, Bjorn Salomonsson, & Keren Amiran
“Learning from video microanalysis of practitioner-parent-infant interactions"

AiMH UK Lunchtime Skills Box Session: ‘Art at the Start’

Thursday 25th January 1.00pm - 2.00pm

Vicky Armstrong and Claire Norfolk co-facilitate parent-baby art sessions for the acclaimed Art at the Start Programme in Dundee, Scotland. This is an evidence-based programme which focusses on bringing the benefits of art-based play to parent-infant relationships

AiMH UK National Conference 2023- Supporting Moments That Matter: Nurturing Parent Baby Relationships

Thursday 16th November 9.00am - 3.30pm

The focus of the AiMH UK National Conference 2023 is on ‘moments that matter’ – small, but significant steps professionals can take to support parent-baby relationships.