KAIMH 2020 is Postponed
After continuous monitoring of the evolving situation with the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), we have made the decision to postpone the Annual KAIMH conference on April 30-May 1, 2020. Refunds for your conference registration fee will be processed over the next few weeks. Please be patient as we work with the system to get refunds to you.
The Hotel has cancelled all sleeping room reservations in our block, not already cancelled. If you made reservations at a different hotel or outside of our reservation block you will need to contact the hotel and cancel your reservations.
If you had ordered a T-Shirt, the order has been cancelled and your money will be refunded.
Thank you for understanding this decision given the nature of this unprecedented event. We hope that we can count on seeing you for next year’s KAIMH conference April 29-30, 2021 at the same location.
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The Alice Eberhart-Wright Visionary Award recognizes outstanding achievements and significant contributions in the field of infant and early childhood mental health. This award will be presented each year at the KAIMH annual conference.
Congratulations to 2019’s ‘Alice Award’ Recipient:
Suzanne Chapel-Miller, LSCSW, RPT, IMH-E
Suzanne Chapel-Miller is a child psychotherapist with a passion for supporting the social, emotional, and behavioral needs of young children and their families. Suzanne has a private practice in Wichita and draws on her many years of experience and specialized training to help children and their caregivers strengthen their relationships and implement strategies that are individualized to most effectively promote healthy mental and behavioral development. She is a licensed clinical social worker, a registered play therapist and is an endorsed Infant Mental Health Mentor – Clinical. Suzanne has supported the work of KAIMH in previous years as a member of the KAIMH board of directors, a Reflective Supervisor, and currently serves on the KAIMH Education Committee. Suzanne lives in Wichita with her husband Brian, son Miles, and their three small but mighty, feisty dogs. She loves to travel (especially when it involves the ocean and sandy beaches), watch Miles’ on the soccer field, read (until she falls asleep), and is an enthusiastic rockhound who loves diamond & crystal hunting with her sister in Arkansas