We are delighted to partner with Berry Street’s Take Two service who will present as part of our Infant Mental Health & Wellbeing Series.
The 2023 Infant Mental Health & Wellbeing Series is a series of webinars and in-person workshops with a focus on infants and their parents or caregivers who are at risk or otherwise vulnerable due to family adversity, violence and trauma.
Participants will gain an increased knowledge of infant mental health and the impact of adversity and trauma on infant and parent/caregiver development. Sessions will introduce those working with at-risk infants to ways in which they can intervene with infants and their parents/caregivers to support them to recover and thrive within their relationships.
Infants exposed to violence and other traumatic events, including significant neglect, are most vulnerable to profound, enduring impacts of these experiences, unless interventions occur to remediate these impacts as early as possible. This workshop will support practitioners working with vulnerable infants (0-5 years) and their caregivers, to:
- define the concept of Infant Mental Health and learn the key Take Two principles for working with vulnerable infants
- understand the 5 key elements for optimal infant development
- understand the neurobiology of in utero and early infant development; the role of caregiving in forming relational neurobiology; the neurobiology of toxic stress in infancy
- the Take Two framework for infant carer assessment and intervention.
Participants will be provided with a range of tools and resources to support their work with infants and caregivers.
Dates, time & costs
Dates: Tuesday 23rd May 9.30am - 4.30pm (AEST)
Berry Street - Northern Region,
677 The Boulevard, Eaglemont VIC, 3084
Payment terms & conditions
Payment MUST be made by credit card at the time of registration (VISA and Mastercard will be accepted). Your registration will not be confirmed unless payment has been processed.
A confirmation/tax invoice will be issued upon registration to your nominated email address.
A full refund will be issued for cancellations up until 3 working days prior to the webinar. No refunds will be issued after this date however substitutions are welcome.
Should Berry Street cancel a webinar for any reason, those registered at this time will be entitled to a full refund of registration fees.
PLEASE NOTE: For privacy reasons webinars will not be recorded nor can they be recorded by an attendee.
Bachelor of Social Work | Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment and Training | Certified Trainer in NMT | Diploma of Project Management
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