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Reflections on an Inter-professional Learning Session around Infant Mental Health at Cardiff University

Adele Page, Trainee Educational Psychologist, Cardiff University

During our recent inter-professional learning session, a joint session for Trainee Health Visitors and Trainee Educational Psychologists at Cardiff University, trainees from both disciplines were joined by Dr Nicola Canale (Specialist Educational Psychologist) and Dr Orion Owen (Health Visitor) who discussed their respective roles within the early years.  

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How Lockdown Affects Babies

BBC Video with Dr Abigail Wright, Educational Psychologist & AiMH Wales Hub Member

In this short video, Abi acknowledges the difficulties that new parents such as herself have faced during lock-down but also gives a hopeful message about all the wonderful things that parents can do to continue to support their babies' development and well-being during this time.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/av/health-52507731

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Agents of Hope: The role that Educational Psychology can play in promoting early child development and well-being

A Podcast by Dr Tim Cox, Educational Psychologist.

Many different practitioners play a vital role in supporting early child development and well-being during the Early Years.

In the two podcasts listed below, Tim interviews two Educational Psychologists from Wales to explore how they are supporting parents and children during this critical period.

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Getting Through Lockdown with a Baby

A Blog by Dr Elizabeth Gregory Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board

In this blog, Liz shares her thoughts on getting through lock-down with a baby using the helpful acronym T.R.U.S.T.

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