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Seeing the world through babies’ eyes

Infant Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 Infant Mental Health Awareness Week runs every June to highlight the importance of babies’ emotional wellbeing and development. This year's theme is: seeing the world through babies' eyes. Even as tiny newborns, babies want to connect, communicate and le...


Little Minds do matter – Infant Mental Health

In Infant Mental Health Awareness Week, Dr Gemma Dyble, Clinical Lead and Clinical Psychologist with our latest project: Little Minds Matter, explains why parents in Better Start Bradford are being encouraged to consider their babies’ mental health and to ‘treasure’ positive experiences as par...


Nature – Nurture (or Natura – Nutrire)

Jo’s story of the 16th World Association of Infant Mental Health Congress (WAIMH) I headed to Rome recently (where all roads lead) to be part of a congress focused on discussing the effects of our changing environment on human development. Surrounded by scientists, clinicians and infant mental ...


Happy Mum, Happy Bump

Our specialist midwife, Rachel Wild is spreading the Happy Mum, Happy Bump message - that it’s okay to ask for support to help cope when things get a little too much. Rachel's message I’m a midwife and parent education teacher. I’ve worked with families from all sorts of backgrounds and ...


Happy Mum, Happy Bump – Begin before birth

In Infant Mental Health Awareness Week (12-16 June 2017), our specialist midwife, Rachel Wild is spreading the Happy Mum, Happy Bump - Begin before Birth message, and that it's okay to ask for support to help cope when things get a little too much. Rachel's message I’m a midwife and parent educa...