Perinatal Mental Health 30/11/2017
Mental wellbeing through conception, pregnancy and early parenting.
This insightful workshop explores the factors which influence mental wellbeing in the perinatal period and what helps new families. A key focus of the training is the interdependence of parent wellbeing and infant mental health and how the attachment relationship can be protected when a parent is unwell.
The emotional and psychological wellbeing of parents from conception through to 12 months after a baby is born (the perinatal period), is at once very vulnerable and profoundly important for the long term wellbeing of both parents and child.
Common parent issues before or after a birth may include “Baby Blues”, depression, anxiety and psychosis along with infant issues such as attachment, emotional regulation, sleep and feeding patterns.
Content covered includes:
- Vulnerabilities of the perinatal period
- Preventative strategies
- Symptoms and causes of problems
- Protective factors
- Infant mental health
- Working with family and community
- Treatments and supports
- Encouraging help-seeking behaviours
- Where to seek further help
There are two scholarship places available for consumers or carers who face financial difficulty in attending this course. Scholarship applications close 10 business days prior to a course and the successful applicants will be notified five business days prior to commencement of the event.
The cost will be 10% of the course rate. To apply for a scholarship place click here to complete the application form.
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Level 1 (main reception)
1 Nash Street,
(Attendees required to sign-in at main reception and also in the workshop class)
- Associate members: $220.00
- Full members: $195.00
- Non-members: $245.00
- Scholarship pre-approval required : $19.50
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