Fri, 28 Jan|
Introduction to Parent-Infant Psychotherapy
This course provides an introduction to infant and perinatal mental health theory, observation of interactions between caregivers and infants and working with the relationship between mothers, fathers and their infants.
Time and place
28 Jan 2022, 09:00 – 18 Mar 2022, 12:30
'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 and 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.
This course is for mental health professionals (psychologists, psychiatrists, clinical social workers) wanting to provide therapeutic services to infants and parents.
28 January 2022
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Full Price Ticket
Pay the full training fee online now.R 6 000,00
Pay the deposit to book your space. You can pay the balance over the course of the training.R 2 000,00