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Thursday 22nd February 2018

Rydges Capital Hill, 17 Canberra Ave, Forrest ACT 2603

A seminar for those working with infants by Leading Health Specialists Safe Sleep Space

Baby Sleep • Safe Sleeping Practices • Why using an Infant Mental Health Approach to sleep works • Concepts of Circle of Security® model • The role of technology in the parent-child relationship and how this impacts on sleep.

Outline of Seminar or print out a flyer - ACNN_Branch_Feb-2018-event.pdf (154.8 KB)

5.00pm: Registration

5.30 – 6.30pm: Immunization- Hot Topic; Updates in Meningococcal Disease

6.30– 6.45pm: Break/Intermission

6.45 – 8.15pm: Understanding our Infants and using COS Interventions as relates to Sleep and Settling

  • How do babies learn?
  • Babies Brains and the importance of an infant mental health approach to sleep
  • Why babies don’t like to be left alone
  • Utilising concepts of Circle of Security in practice
  • Sleep & Settling Strategies to assist with Infant Sleep
  • Working with anxious parents
  • Putting concepts into Practice 0-12mths

9.00pm: Closure

Canapes to be served during intermission

Drinks available from the bar

Cost $40 ACNN Members ; $45 Non-members

Founded in 2008, and known for its gentle, response-based approach, Safe Sleep Space is an early parenting consultancy group, specializing in sleep and settling of newborns, infants and toddlers.

The Safe Sleep Space approach is informed by understandings from Attachment Theory, Systems Theory, Family Therapy, Neuroscience and the Psychodynamic Fields; and is coupled with experience and the understandings of infant/toddler and adult mental health.

To find out more about Safe Sleep Space:  www.safesleepspace.com.au

Or call us on 1300 775 337

Registration has now closed

Registration closes strictly on 15th February 

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