Interdisciplinary training programme

Mental processes, prevention of psychopathology and early interventions in pregnancy, perinatal, infant and toddler period.

We offer capacity and knowledge building to “frontline” professionals so they can effectively respond to the needs of prevention, early detection and intervention in mental and developmental disorders developed in infancy and early childhood.

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Our interdisciplinary training programme seeks to provide capacity and knowledge building to “frontline” health professionals working with pregnant women, new parents, prospective parents, and infants, including obstetricians, midwives, neonatologists, paediatricians, and physiotherapists. Through specialised knowledge, health practitioners will be able to effectively respond to the needs of prevention, early detection and intervention in mental and developmental disorders dedicated in infancy and early childhood.

Early years professionals work in close proximity to expectant mothers and foetuses/neonates, as well as with the relationship between them. When called to work with parents and babies, they are the first to welcome their concerns and fears while at the same time confronting their own worries. For this reason, early life health practitioners should have a comprehensive understanding of the bodily and mental processes at work during this period.

A network of frontline health professionals adequately trained to work collaboratively in support of the family unit can ensure coherence and continuity in intervention practices from the prenatal through to postpartum period. This, in turn, establishes a sense of emotional security for parents.

TRAINING PROGRAM

Mental processes, prevention of psychopathology and early interventions in pregnancy, perinatal, infant and toddler period.

Start Date

Two-day Workshop 14-15 October pdf

Certificate of attendance.

Contact hours
Monday-Friday 09:00-17:00
Telephone : +30 210 7719960
Email : info@koitida.com