Category II

Infant Family Specialist (IFS)

Infant Family Specialist (IFS) applicants must receive a minimum of 24 clock hours of reflective supervision/consultation (RS/C) in no less than one year and no more than a two-year time frame.

To meet the criteria for Endorsement®, RS/C must come from someone who is endorsed at Category III or Category IV Clinical. The only exception is for applicants who are pursuing Category II and are Bachelor’s prepared; they can receive qualified RS/C from someone who has earned Category II Endorsement® AND is Master’s prepared.

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The Florida Association of Infant Mental Health is part of the Alliance for the Advancement of Infant Mental Health.

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WEBINAR
 
Watch Part 1 of
"What is Infant Family Specialist Endorsement®?"
 
For Part 2, please email endorsement@faimh.org.

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