IAIMH will be running a 2 day course in Dublin during November 2016. Please click here for further detail.
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Keeping the Baby in Mind: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice in Infant Mental Health This is a 2 Day Programme for practitioners who have developed a familiarity regarding the practice of infant mental health and now wish to develop their … Continue reading
The Irish Association for Infant Mental Health is pleased to announce that a 2 day Masterclass in Infant Mental Health will be held in Cork on April 22nd and 23rd 2016. Course Facilitators: Catherine Maguire and Mairead Carolan, Senior Clinical … Continue reading
27th January 2016- Minister for Health Leo Varadkar has launched Ireland’s first National Maternity Strategy
On Thursday the 12th of November Kevin Nugent, Founder and Director of the Brazelton Institute presented to the Oireachtas Health Committee on infant mental health. Kevin Nugent is a leading expert in infant mental health. Detail of his work can be found here
IAIMH’s 2015 AGM will be held from 4- 5.30pm in The Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, Dublin. This will be held directly after Kevin Nugent’s workshop on ‘Preventive Intervention Beginning in the Perinatal Period: Use of the Neonatal Behavioural Observations (NBO) … Continue reading
Kevin Nugent On Monday the 16th of November Kevin Nugent of the Brazelton Centre will deliver a one day workshop on ‘Preventive Intervention Beginning in the Neonatal Period’ in Dublin. This is a joint IAIMH and Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) … Continue reading
Dr Kevin Nugent, Founder and Director of the Brazelton Institute at Boston Children’s Hospital and Professor Emeritus of Child and Family Studies at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst will be delivering the keynote address at the annual conference of the … Continue reading
The Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) has launched a new special interest group (SIG) for various psychology disciplines interested in perinatal and infant mental health. Details can be found at PIMHSIG