Infant Mental Health Workshop - June
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About this event
Infant mental health in practice
Establishing a secure parent-child attachment relationship during the first three years of a child’s life is fundamental for lifelong emotional wellbeing and essential for enjoying satisfying relationships throughout the lifespan. This one-day workshop will delve into:
The development of the baby’s first attachment relationship to his most important caregiver
The impact of early caregiving on the baby’s developing brain
Infant and toddler distress and how parents respond to them
Why parental reflective capacity is so important for secure attachment
How you can incorporate the tenets of attachment theory into your clinical practice.
Ways to develop parents’ capacity to understand and care for their baby that promote secure infant attachment.
Target audience: Recommended for all child and family health professionals.
The course delivery provides a mixture of evidence-based information, group-work, videos and interactive work.
Do you want to help infants develop secure relationships with their caregivers?
Do you want to help caregivers share a sensitive, affectionate and empathic relationship with their babies?
Then this is the workshop for you.
Date and location
8th June 2022
8:30am - 4:00pm
- Tresillian Willoughby Family Care Centre 2 Second Avenue, Willoughby NSW 2068
- TFCC & SLHD Staff Only : No Charge
- External Applicants/Non TFCC & SLHD Staff : $250.00(GST included)
All cancellations must be made in writing to TFCC-Education@health.nsw.gov.au
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