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Berry Street Take Two invites you to join us for a clinical conversation about infant mental health.


In this free webinar, our Assistant Director (and former Take Two Infant Mental Health Consultant) Catherine McQueen will provide an overview of some of the guiding principles that inform infant mental health work.

We will then hear a case study from one of our clinicians Brenda Fenton, and her clinical team leader Simone Rutherfurd.

Brenda has been working with a toddler, Maisie (not her real name) who experienced traumatic things early in life. Unfortunately, Maisie’s needs were being missed amongst the rest of the family's needs. Brenda has successfully helped the family and professionals understand Maisie's needs and given her a voice in a complex and chaotic situation.

This Clinical Conversation is linked to our new free infant mental health practice paper.

Dates, time & cost

Dates: 1 June 9.30 – 10.30am AEST
Cost: Free



Presenters: Catherine McQueen - Assistant Director, Simone Rutherfurd - Clinical Team Leader and Brenda Fenton - Clinician.

Hosted by: Clare Ryan - Clinical Practice Development Team Leader.

Additional information

Please note: If you cannot attend the webinar live, please subscribe to the Take Two Relate eNewsletter to have the video recording sent to you afterwards.

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