Enhancing parental reflective functioning through early dyadic interventions: a systematic review and meta-analysisDownload the open access paper
The aim of this review was to evaluate the effectiveness of dyadic interventions targeting parents of infant and toddlers, in improving parental reflective functioning and a number of secondary outcomes. Authors: Barlow, J., Midgley, N., & Sleed, M. (2020).
Mentalization based interventions for children aged 6–12 and their carers: a narrative systematic reviewDownload the open access paper
Mentalization based treatment (MBT), which aims to improve mentalizing capacity, is widely used in adults and in parent-infant therapy, but adaptations of MBT for middle childhood are less well documented. A systematic search of key databases was carried out using a PICO model. Authors: Midgley, N., Sprecher, E., & Sleed, M. (2021).