“Keeping the Infant in Mind”
An informative and interactive day for professionals working with infants and young children.
We are delighted to announce a national Infant-focused Training Day will be held in Auckland on June 7. The focus of the day will be on innovative and evidenced approaches in New Zealand in infant mental health and infant-focused services. This will include presentations on infant vulnerability and risk, the impact of alcohol and methamphetamine on infant neurodevelopment. There will be a Q&A segment with the panel of presenters and an opportunity to reflect with your colleagues on implications for your work.
She thinks, therefore I am. Promoting reflective functioning
Dr Tanya Wright, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist - Child and Family Unit, ADHB
The Impact of Methamphetamine
Dr Trecia Wouldes, Associate Professor, Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Auckland
Te Roopu Kimior Northland Infant Mental Health
Holding and being held: three stories of growth from Whakatupu Ora
Dr Bianca Sava and Chie Yumoto - Counties Manukau DHB
Secure Beginnings - A joing Waitemata DHB and Dayspring Trust Service
Michelle Ball and Anne-Marie Hicks
Families' Experiences of an Infant Mental Health Assessment
Koanga Tupu, Kari Centre Infant Mental Health - Marion Doherty
To be confirmed.
We welcome registrations for this day from those working in Infant Mental Health and Early Childhood Services, and from all professionals who have a particular interest in intervening early with the 0-4 year age group.
Please register online by 5pm on Wednesday 24th May 2017. A confirmed agenda, details on presentations and venue will be sent following registration.
Any questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org