Infant Mental Health – understanding of attachment in practice. Julie Watson – Scottish Institute of Human Relations J.Watson@sihr.org.uk www.sihr.org.uk. Aims of SIHR Infant Mental Health Programmes:.
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Infant Mental Health – understanding of attachment in practice
Julie Watson – Scottish Institute of Human Relations
(biggest gains in improved outcomes and reduced inequality will come from supporting parents)
Understanding of healthy optimum child development
Intensive therapeutic work to impact upon & secure better outcomes
Assessing situations and applying practical solutions
Role of SIHR Infant Mental Health programmes
SIHR(Scottish Institute Human Relations)
INFANT MENTAL HEALTH PROJECT
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