AiMH UK South East Launch Event; ‘Screened: Infant Mental Health in a post-pandemic world’

Tuesday 6th December 2022 9.00am - 11.00am
Launch event for the South East Hub including presentations from Robin Balbernie, clinical psychologist and AiMH UK trustee and Kerry Taylor Founder and Clinical Director of BrightPIP

AiMH UK Scotland Event – It’s never too early: working antenatally with the parent-infant relationship

Thursday 27th October 9.00am - 12.30pm

The morning will explore a range of interventions and approaches for supporting the parent infant relationship before the baby is born.

IMH Networking Event – ‘What we do: sharing practice and learning from each other’ Thursday 3rd November 1.00 – 3.00pm

Thursday 3rd November 2022 1.00pm - 3.00pm

An opportunity to hear about local practice and connect with people working in early years and infant mental health with short presentations from the Specialist Perinatal Health Visitors.

AIMH Hush-a-bye baby Workshop Image

North West Hub Event – Hush-a-bye baby Workshop

Tuesday 18th October 2.30pm - 4.30pm (an in-person workshop)
Debi Maskell-Graham is a play therapist and expert in the field of Infant Mental Health. Debi has designed specialist Attachment Play courses which she will discuss at this workshop.

Mom and dad teach baby to walk

AiMH UK Cornwall Hub Event: Infant Mental Health is Everybody’s Business

For any professional, developing an opinion on what constitutes ‘good enough’ parenting care is a complicated task.

Shot of a happy young man and woman bonding with their adorable baby girl at home

AiMH UK Scotland Event – Watch, wait and assess

opportunity to hear about and reflect together on a wide variety of observational tools.

Hub Event; ‘Birth Trauma: the impact on parents, infants and families’ – Thursday 25th March 2022

Birth Trauma: the impact on parents, infants and families
Friday 25th March 2022

Hand holding newborn baby's hand

AiMH UK Hub Launch for East of England; ‘Nurturing Moments Matter’

Understanding risk factors and vulnerability in infants