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*AIMH (UK) Symposium, Saturday 25 May 2013, Central London:
Beatrice Beebe, Ph.D Clinical Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry. College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, New York USA. Click here for Programme Click here for Booking Form Click here to pay by Paypal
Beatrice Beebe is one of the foremost researchers and clinicians currently working in the field of psychoanalysis. Her work spans the fields of infant mental health and adult psychotherapy, and this two-day symposium will provide practitioners with the opportunity to hear her recent findings about patterns of parent-infant interaction and their implications for disorganized attachment, alongside the implications of this new research in terms of adult treatment, using case material. This work builds on some of her earlier publications (e.g. Rhythms of Dialogue in Infancy 2002; and Forms of Intersubjectivity in Infant Research and Adult Treatment 2005) to include more recent work (e.g. The origins of 12-month attachment: A microanalysis of 4-month mother-infant interaction 2010; and Mothers, infants and young children of September 11 2001: A primary prevention project 2012).
This is a unique opportunity to meet Beatrice Beebe, to hear about her latest work, and to join with colleagues for a pre-dinner poetry reading by Professor Edward McCrorie (poet and classicist translator of Homer and Virgil and Beatrice’s husband) and the Symposium dinner on the Saturday evening.
*WHAT PROMOTES INFANT MENTAL HEALTH?
*A SAFER CHILD, A BRIGHTER FUTURE - NSPCC Scotland Conference Glasgow, 24/25 April 2013. Join a host of world leading experts to consider how early intervention can make the greatest positive impact for vulnerable children across universal and specialist health and social care services. To find out more or book your place visit www.nspcc.org email email@example.com or call 0844 892 1026
*PAIR - Ziama Arkin Parent and Infant Relaitons Institute. The Institute at the IDC School of Psychology is inviting candidates to apply for Post-Doctoral Research and Experienced Researchers fellowships in Parent-Infant Relations. Click here for overview of PAIR; click here for Post details
THE BRAZELTON CENTRE. firstname.lastname@example.org www.brazelton.co.uk. Training courses for those working with families and babies from birth - 3 months old (Brazelton is recommended in the Healthy Child Programme DOH. This approach helps parents read their baby's signals and cues and develop a strong attachment relationship)
New DVD illustrating the use of the Brazelton approach. ' The First Relationship' This new film illustrates the use of the NBO/NBAS with two mothers and their new babies, along with comments from parents who have found the sessions to be supportive in the early days with their baby. £10 including p&p. www.brazelton.co.uk
THE TAVISTOCK AND PORTMAN NHS FOUNDATION TRUST TRAINING. For changing lives. Courses/conferences/workshops etc; January to April 2013 and more. Access website for details, here
The training curriculum is based on a competence framework that delineates the spectrum of knowledge and skills required for Infancy and Early Years work, developed by ITSIEY and which will sit alongside other practice frameworks for defining competent therapists and other health professionals (see www.ucl.ac.uk/clinical-psychology/CORE). The competence framework has been used to evidence the ITSIEY curricula and training materials, and will be used as a basis for assuring the quality of courses
MSc/PGDip/PGCert ATTACHMENT STUDIES - Designed for health and social care professionals. Roehampton University, London, to register interest access details here.
THE TAVISTOCK PSYCHOANALYTIC APPROACH TO WORK WITH INFANTS, CHILDREN UNDER FIVE AND THEIR PARENTS; Holding the Baby and Toddler in Mind: An individual, family and community perspective. Continuing Professional Development. 15-19 April 2013. Fee £595.00 (£545 if booked by 25 January 2013) download details here
BAAF Health Group conference: Health matters - Hot topics in adoption and fostering. 24 June 2013, Birmingham Tel: 020 7421 2636/7 or email: email@example.com Prices from: £135 - £250 plus VAT. Website link: http://www.baaf.org.uk/training/allevents/2013-06-24t000000
*CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLES CONFERENCE, 11th September 2013, Central London. GovKnow click here for all informatio
'EARLY INTERVENTION TO PROMOTE CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND MENTAL HEALTH: FROM INSTITUTIONAL CARE TO FAMILY ENVIRONMENT' ISEI Regional Conference to be held in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation July 1-3, 2013. Keynote Speakers: Rifkat J. Muhamedrahimov, Ph.D. Joy D. Osofsky, Ph.D. Arnold J. Sameroff, Ph.D. Questions can be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the website for more information. http://depts.washington.edu/isei/
*ANNA FREUD CENTRE - ASSESSMENT AND MEASUREMENT OF PARENTAL EMBODIED MENTALIZING (PEM) - Monday 15th - Thursday 18th July 2013. Four day course with Dana Shai and Peter Fonagy (Guest Speaker) This four day course will give a brief introduction to parental mentalizing and will include a movement activity to experience and better understand the theoretical concepts being learnt. Click here for details
*TAVISTOCK AND PORTMAN SUMMER SCHOOL. "KEEPING THE BODY IN MIND : THE MIND-BODY RELATIONSHIP IN MENTAL HEALTH 2-6 September 2013 Access all details here
Fostering resilience BAAF - Achieving positive outcomes for children and young people in adoption and fostering
WAIMH World Congress 2014 - hosted by AIMH (UK) 14-18 June 2014, Edinburgh International Conference Centre, to register interest access www.waimhcongress.org