The First 1001 Critical Days: mental health and development from conception to 2 years
30/05/2017 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Institute in the Park, Large Lecture Theatre
Eaton Road Liverpool
Alder Hey CAMHS will help you to take a fresh look at the ‘1001 critical days’. This half-day training will give you a framework for understanding the theoretical background as to why the first 1001 days (from conception to age 2) in a child’s life is so important and critical to social and emotional development. Together, we will explore the importance of early intervention and the impact of perinatal mental health on the infant. We also think about the effects of attachment on baby brain development. You will be able to critically reflect on your own professional practice through group exercises and discussion with colleagues. The final part of the half day will consider the range of clinical interventions with parents and infants that can be accessed via CAMHS, how to access CAMHS consultation and how to refer to CAMHS. The session will be interactive and will create a space to connect with other professionals.
Facilitators: Jo Roberts and Jo Steward
Institute in the Park – Adjacent to the world class Alder Hey Children’s Health Park, Eaton Road, LIVERPOOL, L14 5AB, United Kingdom
The Small Lecture Theatre is on your immediate left as you go in and the Large Lecture Theatre is on the immediate right.
Parking is in the main multi-storey car park – £2 per visit
Bookings are closed for this event.