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Training, Technical Assistance & Resources for Families, Caregivers and Providers of Children, Birth to Age Five in Virginia

Please join us for a live web-based seminar with an infant and early childhood mental health expert and psychiatrist from Tulane University’s School of Medicine! Charles H. Zeanah, MD will speak on “Attachment & Disorders of Attachment in Young Children” on Thursday, May 14th from 12:45-4:45 p.m.Click HERE for more information and to register.This professional development opportunity serves as an alternate event due to COVID-19 and the cancelation of the 2020 Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Institute.




Due to COVID-19 restrictions for large events, the 2020 Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Institute planned for May 14-15, 2020 at the Charlottesville Omni HAS BEEN CANCELLED.

We are planning to offer an alternative online professional development event in the near future.  More to come on this as soon as details are confirmed. This opportunity will be advertised on the ecmhva website and we will also send out an announcement via Constant Contact.

If you were invited to register early as a Vendor or an Endorsee and paid for your registration, the full registration fee you paid will be credited back to your credit card account.  You do not need to request a refund. Kristen Stahr, Conference Assistant, will contact you for information needed to issue your reimbursement using your conference registration contact information. For any questions or assistance, please contact Kristen Stahr.

If you made your own hotel reservations at the Omni to attend this event, please cancel your reservation by contacting the Omni Hotel as soon as possible. Click here to cancel: Omni Charlottesville Hotel or call 434-971-5500. For any questions or issues cancelling your hotel reservation, please contact Sara Prestiy, Omni Charlottesville Hotel Conference Services Manager at 434-817-6638.

SAVE THE DATE: The next Infant & Early Childhood Mental Health Virginia Institute will be May 2022.




Early Childhood Mental Health Virginia (ECMHVA) is a statewide initiative focused on the development, implementation and sustainability of a comprehensive and coordinated early childhood system of care for infant and early childhood mental health serving children birth through age five and their families/caregivers and providers.


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