Celebration of Dr. T. Berry Brazelton’s Life

Dear members of the MassAIMH community, It is with such a heavy heart that I post the news of our loss of our dear Berry Brazelton, who so encouraged and contributed to our mission and goals here at MassAIMH. We are grateful for the fact that his was a peaceful death at home. Since his passing on Tuesday, March 13th,Read More

Jack Shonkoff – Leveraging 21st Century Science to Advance Social Justice

Jack P. Shonkoff, M.D. Leveraging 21st-Century Science to Advance Social Justice Thursday, February 15, 2018 5 p.m., Leo Weinstein Auditorium Smith College Fort Hill 28 Lyman Road Northampton, MA 01063 Jack P. Shonkoff, M.D., is founding director of Harvard’s Center on the Developing Child, whose mission is to bring credible science to bear on public policy affecting young children. He alsoRead More

Fall 2017 Event: Conversations between Practitioners and Researchers

Conversations between Practitioners and Researchers: Working with Families and Young Children Who Have Experienced Trauma You’re invited to attend the first in a series of conversations between practitioners and researchers. Hosted by Massachusetts Association for Infant Mental Health. Speakers will include practitioners, researchers and consumers. MassAIMH is delighted to bring together the practice and research community to talk about theRead More

Fall 2017 Event: Honoring T. Berry Brazelton

“Honoring T. Berry Brazelton: New Pathways to Supporting Infants, Parents and Families” A day to honor Dr. Brazelton, including morning conference on epigenetics and afternoon overview of DC:0-5. Joint Conference with MassAIMH, UMass Boston Infant Parent Mental Health Program, and William James College: SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, October 21st 8:30am to 4:30pm at UMass Boston Keynote Speakers: Barry Lester, EdRead More

Fall 2016 Event Honoring Gerry Stechler PhD

Infants, Parents, and the Family:The Legacy of Dr. Gerald Stechler This conference to honor MassAIMH Founding President, Gerry Stechler PhD, is co-sponsored by: Boston Institute for the Development of Infants and Parents The Freedman Center for Child Development and the Concentration on Children and Families of Adversity and Resilience (CFAR) at William James College Massachusetts Association for Infant Mental HealthRead More