Wednesday, 30 December 2009

'What about the Children' conference

Readers may be interested in attending this conference.

What About The Children?
"Raising awareness of the never changing emotional needs of children under three in our ever changing society."
What About The Children? has no political or religious affiliation. Registered Charity No. 1108816

telephone: 0845 602 7145
What About The Children? National Conference
Tuesday 2nd March 2010
The Resource Centre 356 Holloway Road London N7 6PA
Delegate Fee £70 (includes Tea, Coffe and Lunch)
'What is critical for a child's healthy emotional development?'

Lane Strathearn, (MBBS, FRACP) Assistant Professor of Paediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas.
Dr Strathearn’s field is developmental paediatrics, with neuro biology of mother infant attachment as a particular area of interest.
Jane Barlow, (DPhil; FFPH Hon) Professor of Public Health in the Early Years at Warwick University.
Professor Barlow’s areas of interest include the effectiveness of early interventions in the primary prevention of mental health problems. She is particularly interested in the evaluation of interventions that are directed at promoting the parent-infant relationship.

Janice Saunders, Project Worker/Trainer for Parents as First Teachers.

Anna Marley, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, NHS.

Heather Stevenson, Independent Trainer and Counsellor

Carol Mannion, Developmental Therapist

Pamela Stewart, Psychotherapist HMP Holloway

Comments about last year’s national conference
‘Excellent event. Fantastic speakers, very accessible. I am left feeling energised and re-invigorated’- Early Years Professional

‘Excellent conference as always – well reflected with all speakers’- Parent

‘I attended my first What About The Children? Conference last year and felt that it was the best conference I had attended for a long time. I welcomed the opportunity to attend again this year’- Health Visitor

For more information and Booking Form please go to our web site
Or email Conference Organiser Cath Armstrong

Elaine Hanzak

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