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ITSIEY Specialist Module A: Parental Mental Illness

14th September 2017 15th September 2017

Days 3 and 4 will take place on 16th - 17th November 2017, Days 5 and 6 will take place on 15th - 16th January 2018.

Details

Location:
Anna Freud National Centre for Children & Families Map
Length:
6 days (There will be a break between days 2 and 3 and day 4 and 5)
Times:
09:30 - 16:30

Tutors

Price

£1200.00

Course fee

22nd February 2018 23rd February 2018

Days 3 and 4 will take place on 19th - 20th April, Days 5 and 6 will take place on 21st - 22nd June 2018

Details

Location:
Anna Freud National Centre for Children & Families Map
Length:
6 days (There will be a break between days 2 and 3 and day 4 and 5)
Times:
09:30 - 16:30

Tutors

Price

£1200.00

Course fee

Places available

About this course

This module will explore in-depth the complex subject of parental mental illness. Seminars and practice based workshops which aim to embed understanding and help you apply these skills to your work setting. We will look at the adverse impact parental mental illness can have on a baby’s development, and ways for different professional roles to work together to provide a metaphorical safety net to help the most at risk parents and babies/toddlers. This specialist module promotes a systemic approach to understanding the complex interactions between mentally ill parents, their families, their babies, and the practitioners involved in their care. It will facilitate a way of understanding several different professional discourses: the diagnostic language of adult mental health, the legal language and framework of child protection procedures, and an attachment based understanding of the emergence of emotional psychopathology in a baby if appropriate help is not available.

Seminars

1.Introduction: the spectrum of mental wellness to mental illness
2.Mood disorders and substance misuse
3.Child protection and personality disorders
4.Psychotic symptoms and the different mental illnesses that have psychotic symptoms
5.Forensic expertise and the involvement of the legal system
6.Integrating understanding about child protection and risk and the emotional impact on practitioners

Who is this training suitable for?

ITSIEY is suitable for allied mental health professionals working in the field of infant mental health e.g. nurses, therapists, psychologists, family therapist and psychiatrists. If you have any specific questions about the suitability of the module for your practice, please email marta@annafreud.org

About International Training School for Infancy and Early Years (ITSIEY)

The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families (UK), the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust (UK) and Yale University Child Study Centre (USA) have formed a unique collaboration in establishing the International Training School in Infancy and Early Years (ITSIEY). ITSIEY opened its doors to students in January 2012 and take up from students across a range of disciplines has been good. The modules are running in the UK (London) and USA (New Haven) sites.

ITSIEY offers tiered continuing professional development to all practitioners working with parents and young children

Module 1: An introduction to perinatal and infant mental health

Module 2: The Developing Infant, the Couple and the Family: Understanding Relationships within a Social and Cultural Context

Module 3: Assessing and Formulating Risk and Resilience in Perinatal and Infant Mental Health

Module 5: Mentalizing in Practice; Working with Parents and Babies