"Shaping Lives Before Birth and Beyond"

2017 Award of Excellence Recipient

Sandra Hogan, LMHC

Childcare Consultant

Award of Excellence

NHAIMH's first Award of Excellence was presented to Sandy Hogan in recognition of her outstanding contributions to the practice and promotion of infant mental health in New Hampshire. Sandy is widely recognized as a caring clinician, a talented consultant, an effective trainer and a gifted mentor.

Click here to read Pam Miller Sallet's nomination of Sandy for this award.

Click here to read Sandy's Acceptance Speech.

What is the Award of Excellence?
This award recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions towards improving the field of infant mental health. Examples of such contributions might include academic or clinical work that improves or increases existing knowledge in the field, promotes advocacy or system building within the field, the enhancement of workforce development, articles/books published and/or other activities that further the mission of NHAIMH.

Nominations:
Nominations may only be made by a NHAIMH member. Nominees do not need to be a NHAIMH member.

Award:
In addition to recognition at our Annual Meeting, the recipient will receive a $250.00 award ($125.00 for their personal use and $125.00 to be designated to an organization of their choice).

Nominations Wanted
Watch for details regarding the nomination period for the 2018 Award of Excellence!

Click here for the 2018 Nomination Form due xxxxxxxxx.