A one-day conference offering global perspectives on best practice in infant mental health, focused on the complex needs of vulnerable parents and their children.
This one-day conference showcases insights from Churchill Fellows and is hosted by PIP UK in association with the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, Wave Trust, The Dulverton Trust and the Mercers’ Company.
- This event is now sold out.
SPEAKERS AND TOPICS:
- The Rt Hon. Andrea Leadsom MP (founder and patron of PIP UK): opening address.
- Carolyn Blackburn: Relationship-based early intervention services for children with complex disabilities: lessons from New Zealand.
- Jenny Griffiths. Evidence-based interventions for infants traumatised by domestic violence: Lessons from the USA and Australia.
- Jill Domony. Learning from best practice in Australia: Developing Perinatal Mental Health Services.
- Kathryn Hollins. Learning from Norway: how Circle of Security Parenting can be embedded in health, childcare & social care to create healthy relationships.
- Kerry Taylor. Parent Infant Projects in New York, NY: Early Years Prevention and Intervention.
- Lyndsay Fraser Robertson. Keeping families together safely where there has been substance abuse: learning from America.
- Nicola Doherty. Transatlantic tales - Enhancing outcomes for babies born sick or early via knowledge gained in Canada, America and Cork.
- Shirley Gracias. Horses, Courses, Compassion and Care - exploring infant mental health and men: observations from Australia and America.
- Suzanne Smith. Babies cry, you can cope: programmes to prevent abusive head trauma in the USA and Canada.
- Yvonne Osafo. Best practice in parent-infant psychotherapy: Lessons from Scandinavia and America.