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Perinatal Mental Health & Infant Mental Health: Intrinsic Links & Integrate...
Tue 15 November 2016, 09:00 – 17:00 GMT
A stimulating day of national expert speakers from the fields of perinatal and infant mental health will bring together Commissioners of Public Health, NHS, Social Services, and Children’s Services, world renowned experts and clinical case studies from the frontline to look at how we can transform early intervention in for families, making the case for integrated perinatal and infant mental health services.
Key Learning Objectives
- Understand the impact of lack of attachment on maternal mental health and the impact of maternal mental health on the infant.
- Develop an understanding of what is working for Perinatal and infant mental health strategy.
- Understand how to commission outcomes for perinatal and infant mental health.
- Gain an understanding of successful integrated infant and perinatal mental health programmes.
- Explore the evidence based intrinsic links between mothers and father mental health and the infant’s mental health.
- Tim Loughton MP, Chair of PIPUK and the 1001 Critical Days agenda
- Dr Amanda Jones is Professional Lead & Consultant Perinatal Psychotherapist of NELFT NHS Foundation Trust’s Perinatal Parent Infant Mental Health Service.
- Dr Cheryll Adams, Executive Director of the Institute of Health Visiting.
- Robin Balbernie is clinical director of PIP UK.
- Dr Raja Gangopadhyay is Perinatal Mental Health (PMH) Lead Consultant Obstetrician at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust.
- Anna Day is Executive Director of Northamptonshire Parent Infant Partnership.
- Dr Joanna Hawthorne, Psychologist and CEO of Brazelton Centre, UK: Past member: Centre for Family Research, University of Cambridge.
- Dr Deborah James, Associate Professor in Social Work, Education and Communities at Northumbria University in Newcastle upon Tyne.
- Matthew Jenkins is Clinical Director of NorPIP, and a Consultant Child Psychotherapist and trainer on the M7 and for Tavistock Institute.
- Mark Williams, Founder of International Fathers Mental Health Day, Fathers Reaching Out and Dads Matter UK and Consultant to help other organisations build better Men's Mental Health groups.
- Dr Andrew Mayers, is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at Bournemouth University, Chair of Trustees at ActsFast child abuse charity, Best Beginnings Maternal Mental Health Advisory Board member, Barnardo's Bournemouth Children's Centres Advisory Board member and Patron of Dorset Mind & Bournemouth and District Samaritans.
- Helen Adams- Northamptonshire County Council Strategic Commissioner for Perinatal Mental health.
- Sally Hogg- Sally is Strategic Lead for Mums and Babies in Mind, a Maternal Mental Health Alliance projec
For Workshop Themes Please visit our website www.norpip.org.uk
1) We reserve the right to replace workshop themes or speakers at short notice, however we will always endeavour to ensure that workshops and speakers are highly relevant to the theme of the conference.
2) Cancellations of conference bookings will attract the following cancellation fees:
1 weeks or less in advance of the event: 100% of booking fee.
2 weeks in advance of the event: 75% of booking fee.
3 weeks in advance of the event: 50% of booking fee.
4 weeks or more in advance of the event: A full refund minus administration charges of £25.00
Booking cancellation fees will be rounded to the nearest week.
3) Please let us know in advance if you require special adaptations to take into account any form of disability you have. The venue is wheelchair accessible. Sign Language Interpreters can be made available with suitable notice. If you require large print handouts please could you contact firstname.lastname@example.org, if there is anything additional we can provide to make the day accessible please don’t hesitate to contact us.