Masterclass Infant Mental Health met Robin Balbernie  (C1809)

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Infant Mental Health (IMH) omvat de zorg voor de allerjongsten - van nog niet geboren tot 6 jaar - en de context waarin zij opgroeien. Deze masterclass biedt jou de unieke mogelijkheid om te leren van IMH-expert Robin Balbernie. Hij komt speciaal naar Nederland om te spreken tijdens deze interactieve Engelstalige masterclass. Onderwerpen die aan bod komen, zijn onder meer 'The consequences of early relationships' en 'A neurological perspective of maltreatment in the early years'.
 
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    De eerste duizend dagen van een kind zijn cruciaal voor een goede ontwikkeling. In de praktijk blijkt dat 14 procent van de Nederlandse kinderen een valse start kent door bijvoorbeeld vroeggeboorte of een te laag geboortegewicht. Psychosociale problemen binnen een gezin, huisvesting, armoede en schulden spelen daarbij een belangrijke rol. Minister Hugo de Jonge (VWS) komt voor de zomer met een landelijk actieprogramma “Kansrijke Start”, dat ervoor moet zorgen dat kinderen een goede start kunnen maken. Deze masterclass met expert Robin Balbernie gaat over het vergroten van de kansrijke start, ieder kind verdient dit en krijgt deze kans maar één keer.

    Quotes van Robin Balbernie:

    'The organising brain requires patterns of sensory and emotional experience to create the patterns of neural activity that will guide the neurobiological processes involved in development.'
    'A child growing up surrounded by trauma, neglect and unpredictability will only be able to develop neural systems and functional capabilities that reflect this disorganisation. - Babies adapt.'

    De belangrijkste onderwerpen en doelen


    Circuits and circumstances: the consequences of early relationships: a view from interpersonal neurobiology

    • How the quality of early caregiving, in the First 1001 Critical Days, can influence brain development
    • Why and how babies' brains are affected
    • Experience expectant and experience dependant brain growth
    • Understanding of the importance of sensitive periods
    • The sequence of brain development in the early years
    • Overview of the stress response and how it can become hard wired for survival in extreme situations.
    The consequences of maltreatment in the early years: a neurological perspective
    • The normality of feeling anger with a baby, but not acting this out
    • The quantities of good caregiving that prevent violence
    • The risk factors behind sudden family violence
    • The effects of early maltreatment, including neglect, on the developing brain and how this may lead to lack of impulse control as an adult
    • How a crying baby might trigger rage in some adults
    • The protective factors that prevent family violence
    • How early maltreatment may lead to a range of future mental illnesses
    • How early maltreatment can lead to future violence and lack of self control
    • How experiencing violence in childhood may compromise reflective function and how in turn this may predispose to becoming violent later in life
    • Overview of the ACE study as demographic evidence of the long term effects of childhood maltreatment
    • How early maltreatment affects brain development and in turn later mental health and social and emotional development
    How babies get injured?
    • How trauma in infancy may lead to disorganised attachment and violence
    • How trauma, including neglect, impacts an infant’s brain, including epigenetic
    • Traumatic humiliation and shame
    • The effects on the infant of witnessing family violence

  • Datum

    Omvang

    woensdag 13.00 - 17.30 uur

    Locatie

    Utrecht
  • Accreditatie
  • Doelgroep

    • Gz-psycholoog BIG
    • Klinisch psycholoog BIG
    • Kinder- en jeugdpsycholoog NIP
    • Orthopedagoog-Generalist BIG
    • Psychiater
    • Arts
    • Jeugdarts
    • POH-GGZ
    • Jeugdverpleegkundige
    • Hbo-verpleegkundige
    • Jeugdzorgwerker
    Ook uitgenodigd zijn:
    • IMH-specialisten
    • IMH-generalisten
    • Consultatiebureauartsen
    • Artsen jeugdgezondheid
    • Kinderartsen

  • Docenten
    dr. R. Balbernie

    dr. R. Balbernie

    Robin Balbernie is currently clinical director of PIP UK, a national charity dedicated to help establish parent-infant projects across the United Kingdom which is also linked to the 1001 Critical Days campaign to increase resources for helping families in the very early years where there is a risk of difficulties in the caregiving / attachment relationship.

    Previously he was the Professional Lead for Child Psychotherapy and Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist in Gloucestershire CAMHS. For many years, beginning with the Sure Start programme, he worked with the Children’s Centres in the county as clinical lead of the team providing a specialised infant mental health service, known locally and nationally as ‘Secure Start’. He was also involved with the Intensive Care Baby Unit at Gloucester Royal Hospital and ran supervision groups for Health Visitors for over 25 years.

    His early interest in working with adopted children led him to the field of Infant Mental Health and the need for preventative intervention that focussed on the relationship between caregivers and their babies when this was exposed to multiple stressors. This work became his speciality following a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Travelling Fellowship to look at related projects in America.

    He is an advisor to the Association of Infant Mental Health and was a member of the Young Minds’ Policy and Strategy Advisory Group. He has published papers in many journals, including the Infant Mental Health Journal, the British Journal of Psychotherapy, Family Law, Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Attachment & Human Development, Young Minds, Nursery World, The International Journal of Birth & Parenting Education and the Journal of Child Psychotherapy.

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