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Once you have completed the Attachment and Baby Brain Development workshop, you are eligible to attend the Parent-Infant Relationship (PIR) Toolkit session.

This practical workshop builds on knowledge of attachment and bonding, and difficulties in the parent-infant relationship. Colleagues are supported to develop a shared practical skill set with access to tools which support direct work with families. Each participant leaves with a toolkit to take into practice.

The session includes practical activities around observations, reflective functioning, conversation starters and baby states. 

•To develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to work with families to identify difficulties in the PIR
•To develop practical skills to open up conversations about PIR difficulties with families
•To develop skills and knowledge to identify difficulties in the PIR through observational techniques
•To increase confidence in skills to do low-level psychoeducation around the PIR

Upcoming Dates

All sessions are 9.30 - 12 at the Meadows Childrens Centre*

  • 7th March 24

To book a place email: [email protected] 

(NCC staff can book via the Learning Zone)

*must have attended Growing Healthy Little Minds session

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