THE IMPRINT ARCHIVE

The purpose of IMPRINT- The Newsletter of Infant Mental Health Promotion is to disseminate information to professionals from a variety of disciplines and to paraprofessionals on issues related to the well-being of infants and their families. IMPRINT is unique in its scope in Canada. It has allowed local professionals and resources to share information on their work and research with others, and offers practical information to those establishing or expanding programs. This electronic archive contains the first 50 volumes of IMPRINT as they were originally published, providing a written history of both IMHP and the field of infant mental health, in searchable pdf format. Search the table of contents, individual issues, or the entire disc by title, author, topic, keyword or phrase.  This disc is a valuable addition to any library and includes all of the articles below and many others on similar topics.

Search the IMPRINT Archive Disc Index for article topics, titles and authors.
Complete and return  the IMPRINT order form to order your copy of the complete IMPRINT Archive/ Library or purchase online through the IMHP E-Store.
IMHP is pleased to make a select number of articles from the IMPRINT Archives available to members for download from the IMPRINT LIBRARY

Note: As of 2017 IMHP is no longer producing the IMPRINT Newsletter. Moving forward we will be focusing efforts on creating new resources for members:

  • an annual publication highlighting the activities of IMHP and our Partners and members,
  • topic briefs
  • training resources, and
  • advocacy tools.

IMHP Members receive access to Electronic back issues of IMPRINT and exclusive member resources to print and share
AND
a 20% discount
on all IMHP resources and event registrations. 

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Please note - discounts do not apply to Brookes Publishing Resources.

Check out the IMPRINT Library for examples of great articles from experts on topics like:

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Infant Trauma

Adolescent Parenting

Temperament

And More....