This is a one-year certificate course in infant development. The course takes participants through the first months of life, looking at topics such as the foetus and birth, breast feeding, attachment, brain development, the role of fathers and the challenges faced by refugee families.
|Aim:||To give participants a deeper understanding of healthy and pathological infant development, and of the family setting.|
|Learning objectives:||Participants will have a greater understanding of:
|Dates:||The course consists of 15 fortnightly seminars that are arranged in three ten-week modules: Sep-Dec, Jan-Mar and Apr-Jun. Trainees can join the course at the beginning of any module|
|Location:||In person at 27 Frognal, London NW3 1AD or remotely via the internet.|
|Suitable for:||Anyone who is interested in an infant's early years, either professionally or as a parent. The course also provides CPD for relevant members of staff, for example, from community centres, Sure Start centres and nurseries.|
|Assessment:||Successful completion of the course depends upon:
|Note:||Completion of this course can count towards the School's Diploma in Parent Infant Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy|
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