Practice skills to promote infant and parent mental health in the first twelve months of life
This webinar explores assessment strategies that are responsive to a family's psychosocial context and the evolving parent-child relationship. Watch this webinar to learn how to engage reflectively with parents, enabling you to notice, describe and respond to their infants and toddlers' communication cues, emotional experiences, and caregiving needs.
• Discuss assessment strategies that are responsive to the family’s psychosocial context and the developing parent-child relationship.
• Outline how to engage reflectively with parents to notice, describe and respond to their infants and toddlers’ communication cues, emotional experiences, and caregiving needs.
• Discuss how integrating interdisciplinary perspectives within assessment practices can support the parent-child relationship.
• Sarah Reiman (Child and Family Partner, SA)
• Jessica Grant (Social Worker, NSW)
• Lauren Keegan (Psychologist, NSW)
Facilitator: Vicki Mansfield (She/Her) (Practice Development Officer, NSW)
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