Skip Main Navigation
Page Content

Save This Event

Event Saved

Holding the Infant in Mind: in Practice and Policy Conference

Northamptonshire Parent Infant Partnership (NorPIP)

Thursday, 23 April 2020 from 09:00 to 16:30 (BST)

Holding the Infant in Mind: in Practice and Policy...

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Early Bird Full Rate/Private Sector 31 Jan 2020 £117.00 £0.00
Early Bird Charities/NHS/PIPs 31 Jan 2020 £90.00 £0.00
Early Bird Student/Trainee 31 Jan 2020 £63.00 £0.00
Trustees Ended Free £0.00
Invited Participants Ended Free £0.00

Share Holding the Infant in Mind: in Practice and Policy Conference

Event Details

NorPIP is excited to be hosting - in conjunction with Pen Green Research Centre - the Holding the Infant in Mind: in Practice and Policy Conference.

This exciting event will provide professionals working with infants and their parents an informative insight into the myriad of factors that can impact their relationships - with speakers delivering talks on how to work in practice with the parent-infant relationship as well as how these relationships fit into current policy legislature and how policy makers are aiming to change this for the future.

Agenda    
9:00-9:30am   Coffees and Registration
9:30am   Welcome address: Sarah Hillier, Chief Executive Officer of Northamptonshire Parent Infant Partnership.
9:40am  

Infant Mental Health: The missing piece of the perinatal and maternal mental health – strategies and the role of infant wellbeing in the first ‘1001 Critical Days’.

Dr Beckie Lang of PIP UK.

10:00am  

Understanding the imperative for infant mental health interventions – evidence-based practice.

Dr Karen Bateson of PIP UK.

10:30am  

How maternal mental ill health affects the development of the Infant.

Dr Susan Pawlby (MA. PhD. CPsychol) – the Chair of the Board at The Brazelton Centre.
11:00am   Coffee Break
11:20am  

Importance of high-quality care of perinatal mental health illnesses within the Maternity Services.

Dr Raja Gangophadhay – the Perinatal Mental Health (PMH) Lead Consultant Obstetrician at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust
11:50am  

Workshop 1

A)   Relationships, rupture and repair: in infant mental health interventions.  

Tracie Thurston (Child Psychotherapist) & Sukhdev Sembi (NorPIP Therapist). Looking at the importance of relationships, the various impact of these, and how we can help in the first 1001 Critical Days.

B)   The use of Video Interaction Guidance within Parent Infant Therapy. 

Katie Bailey (Parent Infant Therapist, Advanced VIG Practitioner, and Specialist Occupational Therapistand Dr Rebecca Johnson (Clinical Trustee – NorPIP).

C)   Meeting the challenges of perinatal mental health in the voluntary sector: developing peer support for perinatal and infant mental health in the community.

Flourishing Babies Team.

D)   Approaches to embedding parent infant observation in the healthcare system.

       Dr Susan Pawlby (MA. PhD. CPsychol) – the Chair of the Board at The Brazelton   Centre.
12:40pm  

Lived Experiences.

Dr Kate Price talks about her experiences of perinatal psychosis and the importance of a joint perinatal and infant mental health strategy.
1:00pm   Lunch and Networking
1:50pm   Pen Green Case Study: supporting parent infant mental health.
2:10pm  

Father’s Perinatal Mental Health and the role of fatherhood in infant mental health.

Mark Williams – founder of Fathers Reaching Out and Perinatal Mental Health Campaigner.
2:30pm  

Panel Debate:

Dr Beckie Lang, Dr Karen Bateson, Dr Susan Pawlby, Carly Galpin, Dr Rebecca Johnson and chaired by Sarah Hillier – this will explore topical debate and take audience questions.
3:00pm   Afternoon Coffees
3:20pm  

Workshop 2

A)    Relationships, rupture and repair: in infant mental health interventions.  

Tracie Thurston (Child Psychotherapist) & Sukhdev Sembi (NorPIP Therapist). Looking at the importance of relationships, the various impact of these, and how we can help in the first 1001 Critical Days.

B)   The use of Video Interaction Guidance within Parent Infant Therapy. 

Katie Bailey (Parent Infant Therapist, Advanced VIG Practitioner, and Specialist Occupational Therapist) and Dr Rebecca Jones (Clinical Trustee – NorPIP).

C)   Meeting the challenges of perinatal mental health in the voluntary sector: developing peer support for perinatal and infant mental health in the community.

Flourishing Babies Team.

D)    Approaches to embedding parent infant observation in the healthcare system.

        Dr Susan Pawlby (MA. PhD. CPsychol) – the Chair of the Board at The Brazelton Centre.
4:10pm  

Northamptonshire Specialist Perinatal Mental Health Service.

Carly Galpin (Service Manager) will discuss the development, implementation and future plans for this County-wide service.
4:25pm  

The future strategy of infant mental health in Northamptonshire: a collaborative approach.

Sarah Hillier (CEO of NorPIP) will present the future for a strong and robust early intervention pathway.
4:30pm   Conference Closes

To download the agenda pack, please visit our website: https://www.norpip.org.uk/norpip-conference-2019

A buffet lunch is included for the day. 

Do you have questions about Holding the Infant in Mind: in Practice and Policy Conference? Contact Northamptonshire Parent Infant Partnership (NorPIP)

Save This Event

Event Saved

When & Where


Pen Green Research Base
108 Rockingham Road
NN17 1AG Corby
United Kingdom

Thursday, 23 April 2020 from 09:00 to 16:30 (BST)


  Add to my calendar

Organiser

Northamptonshire Parent Infant Partnership (NorPIP)

Northamptonshire Parent Infant Partnership is a provider of early intervention services for mums, dads and their babies who are struggling to bond - we want to promote an emotionally healthy society by focusing on the need for secure attachments between parents and their infants (aged from conception to 2) using psychotherapy to help parents form and develop a more secure bond to promote their lifelong wellbeing.

  Contact the Organiser

Please log in or sign up

In order to purchase these tickets in installments, you'll need an Eventbrite account. Log in or sign up for a free account to continue.