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September 2016



Doug Davies: His Enduring Contribution to the Social Work and Infant Mental Health Field

Doug Davies, M.S.W., Ph.D., was a beloved colleague, mentor and friend to many in the infant mental health community. He was a Lecturer at the School of Social Work, University of Michigan, had a private practice, and was a MI-AIMH board member for many years. After his retirement from the University of Michigan, he continued… Read More ▶
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Honoring Doug: A Lifetime of Commitment to Infants, Children and Families

This letter, written by Debbie Weatherston and Sheryl Goldberg, was read on behalf of MI-AIMH at the Davies Memorial Lecture. Doug served the Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health and the infant mental health community throughout his long and distinguished service to children and families. While earning his M.S.W. from the University of Michigan in… Read More ▶
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Introduction to Attachment

Reprinted from The Infant Crier, July-September 2005 John Bowlby described attachment as a fundamental need that has a biological basis. Attachment serves as a protective device for the immature young of many species, including humans. Babies need the care of adults to survive, and they have many built-in behaviors, such as making strong eye contact,… Read More ▶
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