Fundaciones de Colorado
NOW AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH, SPANISH, FRENCH, AND ARABIC
Colorado Foundations (Fundaciones de Colorado) is CoAIMH’s 8-Module foundational training for infant and early childhood professionals. The course is unique in its ability to promote a shared understanding and common language of infant and early childhood mental health principles to all professionals who touch the lives of infants and toddlers and their families. In doing so, Colorado’s early childhood community will be equipped and locally partnered to provide a continuum of high-quality, consistent infant and early childhood mental health supports to children and families.
(PLEASE NOTE that Colorado Foundations is not intended to replace advanced clinical knowledge and training that would prepare a professional to provide evidenced-based clinical treatment.)
The intended audience of the course is early intervention providers and service coordinators, early care and education providers, home visitors, public health nurses, and other early childhood providers. Further, the curriculum content supports the Competencies associated with the Infant Mental Health Endorsement for Culturally Sensitive, Relationship-Focused Practice Promoting Infant Mental Health (IMH-E®), which facilitates the growth of necessary knowledge for those professionals seeking the IMH-E® and ECMH-E®. The complete training offers approximately 30 contact hours of continuing education.
Colorado Foundations is presented in-person or online. The course can be delivered in a format that best meet the needs of the community:
- 10-week/month learning collaborative (One module per session) and Reflective Journal
- 3-Day Intensive (2-3 sessions per day. Doesn’t have to be held consecutively)
- Individual Self Pace Cohort (3 months)
For any inquiries, please contact Dr. Patrice Brown at email@example.com
If your organization is interested in hosting a Colorado Foundations or Fundaciones de Colorado Course, please complete the Host Application.