Engaging Infants: An introduction to training in Infant Mental Health

The Infant Mental Health Program at the Royal Children’s Hospital is offering a two-day introduction to training in Infant Mental Health. 

Teaching faculty lead by Associate Professor Campbell Paul & Dr Megan Chapman, and draws on multidisciplinary team of expert Infant Mental Health clinicians.

The training aims to introduce clinicians to:

  • The theoretical and practical foundations of infant mental health.
  • Observing, engaging and assessing infants and pre-schoolers.
  • Understanding common presenting problems in infants and pre-schoolers.
  • Approaches in intervention.

Engaging infants will be presented live. There will be opportunities for questions and discussion. Due to its use of clinical illustrations, recordings will not be available after the event.

Date: 9th March & 10th March 2023
Duration: 8.30am – 5pm daily
Fee: $450
($285 for RCH/MCRI/UoM paeds staff, students and Victorian CAMHS/CYMHS Mental Health Clinicians)

Registration through Eventbrite:
RSVP before close of business –7/3/2023 (places are limited)

Email for enquiries: infant.mhs@rch.org.au

See flyer for more details.