Perspectives in Infant Mental Health is the quarterly Professional Publication of WAIMH.

It gives members an opportunity to share research of interest, provides a forum for the exchange of news and views from around the world, serves as a nexus for the establishment of a communication network and informs members of upcoming events and conferences. It is an Open Source Publication with free access to everyone interested in babies, relationships and the promotion of infant mental health.

Editor: Deborah Weatherston.  Associate Editor: Hiram E. Fitzgerald.  Copy Editor: Maree Foley.

See below for the archived editions of Perspectives with links to the full publication and/or individual articles.



Perspectives in Infant Mental Health Vol. 26 No. 2-3 (Autumn 2018)

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Perspectives in Infant Mental Health Vol. 25

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Perspectives in Infant Mental Health Vol. 24 No. 1-2 (Winter- Spring 2016)

Contents:

  • Is there a Need for Anthropologists in our Multidisciplinary Teams? M.Keren
  • WAIMH Position Paper on the Rights of Infants
  • The World in WAMH, J. Sparrow.
  • Field Report: Early Child Development in Rural Guatemala, B. Martinez, M. Webb, P. Rodas, Gonzalez, A., Grazioso, M. & Rohloff
  • WAIMH World Congress announcement
  • Affiliate Corner, M. Foley & A. Huber
  • From the IMHAANZ President, D. Guy
  • First infant Mental Health Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa Dialogues in a Multidisciplinary Context , K. Bain.
  • A Parent Group Initiative in an Intensive Care Unit in South Africa , K. A. Brown, C. Brown & A. Berg.
  • News from the WAIMH Central Office, P. Kaukonen, K. Puura & M. Sorsa.

Click here to download or read online: Perspectives in Infant Mental Health Vol 24


Perspectives in Infant Mental Health Vol. 23 No. 4 (Fall 2015)

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Perspectives in Infant Mental Health Vol. 22 No. 4 (Fall 2014)

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Perspectives in Infant Mental Health Vol. 22 No. 2-3 (Summer 2014)

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Perspectives in Infant Mental Health Vol. 21 No. 4 (Fall 2013)

Contents:

  • Presidential Address: President’s Reflections, M. Keren
  • From the Editors, D. Weatherston, H. Fitzgerald & M. Foley
  • The World in WAIMH: A Reflective Space, J. Sparrow
  • Finding a Place for Early Child Development in the Hierarchy of Needs (Excerpts), N. Kendall-Taylor & M. Baran
  • WAIMH 14th World Congress
  • Orphanage Improvement: An Important Part of the Child Protection Discussion, M. Lopez, A. Shabazian & K. Spencer
  • Participating in an Infant, Child and Family Conference in Hiroshima, Japan, E. Tuters & K. Tuters
  • Affiliates Corner: WAIMH Belgo-Luxembourgeoise Affiliate, Brussels, P. Gustin
  • News from the WAIMH Central Office: 2014 WAIMH World Congress in Edinburgh, Scotland, P. Kaukonen, K. Puura & M. Sorsa
  • A New Resource: Primera Infancia (Early Infancy), M. Hoffman
  • Guidelines for Perspectives

Click here to download or read online: Perspectives in Infant Mental Health Vol. 21 No. 4


Perspectives in Infant Mental Health Vol. 21 No. 2 (June 2013)

Contents:

  • Bruen S. An Experience of Reflective Practice – Finding a Reflective Space
  • Weatherston D., Fitzgerald H. & Foley M. From the Editors: The World in WAIMH: A Reflective Space on Context, Culture and Community
  • Keren M. President’s Page
  • Tokita N. Guided by an inner link between Fukushima and Hiroshima: In the aftermath of the Great North-Eastern Earthquake in Japan
  • WAIMH 14th World Congress: Babies -Their Contributions -Our Responsibilities
  • Lyons-Ruth K. Reminiscenes of Daniel Stern: A Creative Intellectual Force
  • St. John M.S., Thomas K., Norona, C.R. & Irving Harris Foundation Professional Development Network Tenets Working Group: Diversity-Informed Infant Mental Health Tenets: Together in the Struggle for Social Justice
  • Dr. T Berry Brazelton Awarded Presidential Citizens Medal 2012
  • Weatherston D. Book Review: “Nurturing Children and Families: Building on the Legacy of T. Berry Brazelton” by B. Lester and J Sparrow (Eds.)
  • Moe V. NAIMH introduction
  • Foley M. , Barlow J. & St-André M. Affiliates Corner: From the Affiliates
  • WAIMH Affiliate Organizations 2013
  • Info about IMHJ subscription
  • Kaukonen P., Puura K. & Sorsa M. News from the WAIMH Central Office

Click here to download or read online: Perspectives in Infant Mental Health Vol. 21 No. 2


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