- About WAIMH
Why become a WAIMH member?
A membership for Professionals working with infants, infant-family programs, and those doing scientific research within well-being in infancy, early childhood and parenthood.
The Professional membership rate is $75.00 annually.APPLY ONLINE
A Student membership for all degrees, also PhD -students. A student certificate is required.
Student membership rate is $45.00 annually.
Both Professional and Student members may receive the Infant Mental Health Journal at an additional cost. The additional cost of the journal subscription (Print + Electronic) are (starting from 2018): $52 (USA and Canada) or $65.00 (International orders); Electronic only $42 (worldwide).
The WAIMH membership applications, renewals and IMHJ subscriptions are completed online.
The IMHJ subscription is easily completed at the same time as you pay your WAIMH membership fee. The first issue of every volume of IMHJ can be accessed without a cost: http://www.wileyonlinelibrary.com/journal/imhj.
Please note that the membership year is January-December, irrespective of when you make the payment.
Benefits of Membership
You can subscribe the scientific journal, the Infant Mental Health Journal, at a greatly reduced member rate. The subscription fee includes the access to the Wiley database of the electronic journal. You also get our newsletter and notification of newly published Perspectives in Infant Mental Health.
Reduced Registration Rates
You’ll get reduced registration rates for regional conferences and for WAIMH's World Congresses.
Become part of a global learning community and professional network that speaks for infants, young children and families around the world.
Members also receive regular updates from the WAIMH staff and have access to various meeting minutes.
Help Increase IMH Globally
As a member of WAIMH you gain access to material, congresses and information that helps all of us increase Infant Mental Health globally. You can also sponsor WAIMH memberships and Infant Mental Health Journal subscriptions for individuals from developing countries.