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Tuning into parent-infant realtionships training

This course aims to support practitioners in their work with families and help them to gain an increased confidence on how to observe parent infant relationships.

Date & time:

Mon 14 Dec 2020
9.15-11.45am

Location:

Online via Zoom - Booking is essential

Aimed at:

Workforce and volunteers

About the event:

Tuning in to Parent Infant Relationships is a free two and a half hour online training course delivered by Little Minds Matter: Bradford’s Infant Mental Health Service. 

The course aims to support practitioners in their work with families and help them to gain an increased confidence on how to observe parent infant relationships, build knowledge on what to look for when assessing concerns and when discussing observations with professionals.
 
Attendees will also be introduced to the concepts of ‘attunement’ and ‘being with’ as two practical ideas that can help when working with families where there are difficulties in the parent infant relationship. 
 
The training builds upon the knowledge gained on the Infant Mental Health Awareness and Infant Mental Health in Action training, so attendance at these courses if preferable, but not essential. We use a range of video’s and resources to aid your learning. 
 
Little Minds Matter: Bradford’s Infant Mental Health Service is commissioned to offer training to practitioners who work with parents and/or infants such as Health Visitors, Midwives, Family Hub staff and Better Start Project staff.
 
This course will take place on Zoom and the dial in details will be emailed 48 hours in advance.
 
We request for attendees to sign in 15 minutes prior to the start time.

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