Get a deep understanding of infant mental health, containment and reciprocity, and develop the skills to implement The Solihull Approach.
26 August & 3 September 2018
Foundation + Facilitator Training
26 August, 3 & 4 September 2018
4 September 2018
$270/day + training manuals
Did you know that Helen brings conferences to you, anywhere in Australia? Phone 0411 880 720 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and find out more.
For over 10 years, Helen has provided valuable insight and career-changing education to many professions, including:
- Mother Baby Unit and Early Parenting Centre staff
- Child & Family Health Nurses
- Maternal & Child Health Nurses
- Practice Nurses
- Childbirth Educators
- Lactation consultants
- Family Support workers
- Social Workers
- Childcare Workers
- Student Maternal and Child Health nurses.
Sessions can be conducted in your workplace or at our training venues.
What you’ll learn
Choose a session from the list below or you can tailor a session to meet your individual group needs. All sessions have an infant mental health element. Topics include but are not limited to:
- Interpersonal Neurobiology
- Research based understanding of sleep and settling
- Sleep and settling when families are really struggling
- Infant Assessment
- Attachment Theory and Research
- Safe Physical Sleeping
- Asking the difficult questions when something seems wrong
- Interventions aimed at promoting secure attachment
- Professional Supervision (individual or group)
- Nurturing the infant-parent relationship
- Fundamentals of Infant Mental Health
- What Infant Sleep Research tells us.
Costs; please contact Helen to discuss your training needs. Sessons are tailored to fit your professional requirements.
Get in touch with Helen to find out more and make a booking.
Helen has been invited to participate in a number of professional discussion groups, including the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) and Helen Mayo Mother Baby unit hypothetical (Australia). She has been advisor to a number of organisations, including The Royal Women's Hospital as consultant on the development of their parent kit (Australia), and has presented a number of webinars internationally.
As an infant mental health clinician, Helen continues to present around the world, focusing on incorporating infant mental health concepts and findings into infant-parent relationships and infant sleep.
She is author of the book Safe Sleep Space (2012) and Connect to Sleep (2017) and contributing author to The Science of Mother-Infant Sleep (2014), and has published research in the Journal of Early Human Development (2017).