IAC In Person Pre-conference Workshop: Lighthouse MBT-Parenting Programme

IAC In Person Pre-conference Workshop: Lighthouse MBT-Parenting Programme

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£15 – £25

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ISPA - Instituto Universitario

Rua Jardim do Tabaco 34

1149-041

1149-041 Lisbon

Portugal

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In Person Worksop: Overview & introduction to the Lighthouse MBT Parenting Programme + clinical illustration + experiential learning.

About this event

The LH MBT-P Workshop aims give participants both an overview of the model with clinical illustrations (with video) and an opportunity for experiential learning through participation or observation of a real-play. Participants can volunteer to join a small group and explore one exercise from the programme in which a secure memory of a Safe Harbour is prompted by the selection of a random object. At the end of the workshop participants will:

• understand the centrality of mentalizing, epistemic trust, and attachment to the parent-child relationship

• recognize how mentalizing failures and deficits contribute to risk to children

• be introduced to the attachment oriented Lighthouse metaphors

• have learnt some additional skills in how to facilitate pro-mentalizing conversations with parents in clinical practice utilizing MBT skills and LH MBT metaphors

Workshop – Afternoon – Face-to-face

14:15 – 15:00 Mentalizing introductions

15:00 – 15:015 The centrality of epistemic trust, attachment and mentalizing to the parent-child relationship

15:15 – 15:130 Parental mentalizing deficits and failures - how children become ‘unseen’ and ‘unheard’

15:30 – 15:45 Lighthouse Tour – introduction to the metaphors

15:45 – 16:00 Coffee break

16:00 – 16:45 Experiential group – Safe Harbour Exercise + discussion

Safe Harbour exercise – 30 min

Discussion/questions

16:45 – 17:15 Techniques for facilitating pro-mentalizing conversations with parents in clinical practice utilizing MBT skills and LH MBT-P metaphors

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