Introduction to Parent-Infant Psychotherapy
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An Introduction to Parent-Infant Psychotherapy is a once-a-week, 8-week training course that provides mental health professionals with an introduction to infant and perinatal mental health theory. It examines critical aspects of perinatal and infant mental health including the parent-infant relationship, attachment theory, and infant development. The course includes learning to observe interactions between caregivers and infants. It explores the earliest precursors of disordered attachment. Finally, it provides an introduction to the process of intervention through working with the relationship between mothers, fathers, and their infants.
The course is presented by Katharine Frost – Educational Psychologist and Executive Director of Ububele and Nicki Dawson – Counselling Psychologist and Manager of the Ububele Parent-Infant Programmes.
The Introduction to Parent-Infant Psychotherapy course is presented over 8 sessions:
Session 1: Beginnings and observing interactions
Session 2: Intersubjectivity
Session 3: Good-enough mothering
Session 4: Infant development
Session 5: Precursors of disordered attachment
Session 6: Process of intervention – Part 1
Session 7: Process of intervention – Part 2
Session 8: Process of intervention – Part 3 - Endings
- Sold OutFull Course FeeZAR 5,400ZAR 5,4000ZAR 0
- Sold OutDeposit Now, Balance LaterZAR 1,500ZAR 1,5000ZAR 0