Register by 5 March here. In very early life, babies and their families are set on interpersonal and developmental trajectories with life-long health implications. Yet the gap between
Register by 5 March here.
In very early life, babies and their families are set on interpersonal and developmental trajectories with life-long health implications. Yet the gap between evidence and clinical practice is bigger here than at any other time of life. Parents receive a lot of conflicting advice, which may worsen breastfeeding, sleep, cry-fuss and maternal mood problems. Babies commonly receive inappropriate medical diagnoses, risking unintended outcomes.
Day 1: Learn to apply the clinical tools of community-based NDC (‘The Possums Programs’) across the domains of breastfeeding, sleep and cry-fuss problems.
Day 2:Learn simple psychological strategies from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, applicable in the primary care setting for the support of perinatal and infant mental health.
NDC is peer-reviewed and published in national and international journals, and is changing practice internationally. Join the 1000 health professionals Australia-wide who have completed our education days!
Presenters include Dr Pamela Douglas (GP, IBCLC), Ms Renee Keogh (RN, IBCLC), and Ms Amanda Donnet (Clinical Registrar, Psychologist).
For more information, phone Debbie Spink on 0437 386 946 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
9 (Friday) 9:00 am - 10 (Saturday) 4:00 pm
128 Middle St, Cleveland