New Hampshire Association for Infant Mental Health Annual Conferences

1995 – Building Relationships: Families and Professionals as Partners
1996 – A Promising Future
1997 – Fostering the Well Being of Families
1998 – Trauma: A Multi-Dimensional View
1999 – Coming Together for Children and Families: Developing Comprehensive Systems of Care
2000 – The Neurobiology of Child Development: Bridging the Gap Between Theory Research and Practice
2001 – Processing Trauma and Terrorism
2002 – The Road Less Traveled: Adoptive Families in the New Millennium
2003 – A Better Beginning: Parents with Mental Illness and their Young Children
2004 – Approaches That Work: Multi-Stressed Families and their Young Children
2005 – The Screening and Assessing of the Social Emotional Concerns
2006 – Supporting Young Children through Separation and Loss
2007 – Social Emotional Development: Promising Practices, Research and Policy
2008 – Attachment: Connecting for Life
2009 – Evidenced-based Practices for Working with Young Children and Families
2010 - Eat Sleep and Be Merry: Regulation Concerns in Young Children
2011 - Climbing the Ladder Toward Competency in Young Children's Mental Health
2012 - Focusing on Fatherhood
2013 -Trauma in Early Childhood:  Assessment,Intervention and Supporting Families

2014 - Understanding and Promoting Neuro-development from Prenatal to Pre-school

2015 From Risk to Resilience

2016 Self Reflection as a Clinical Tool for Families, Service Providers and Teams