Parents often ask us whether or not to limit their child's use of screens. This used to be about TVs and computers, but now these questions are increasingly asked about the use of tablets and smartphones.
it can be too late
but never too early
Our North London Centre includes the Parent Infant Clinic and the School of Infant Mental Health.
The Clinic provides psychotherapy for children from their earliest months through to adolescence, including a special programme for the early signs of autism.
The School delivers training in infant mental health, including a UKCP-recognised professional training in parent infant psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
We are a private clinic based in London, which offers parent-infant, child, adolescent and family psychotherapy.
Our services include a specialist programme for children who show the early signs of autism.
Our London-based School delivers a UKCP-accredited training in parent infant psychoanalytic psychotherapy, plus a range of certificate and weekend courses.
Our training is available elsewhere in the UK or overseas via distance learning.
Parents know when their child is not developing as expected...There may be very clear signs such as poor sleep, refusal to eat, or clinginess. Or there may be more subtle concerns, such as a difficulty in soothing or bonding with your child.
At the Parent Infant Clinic we listen to parents' worries. Responding as soon as possible will help the child to reach its full potential.
Do join us in our next two short weekend courses.
What role do fathers play in the early development of a child? How does the father's mental health and the nature of the early paternal relationship effect the child later in life?
This one-day seminar brings together researchers and clinicians from various disciplines to map out some answers to these questions.
Helping children who have special needs or autistic behaviours can be challenging and emotionally demanding. This course will explore a different approach that keeps the child and its relationships in mind.
This four-day course, over two weekends, is suitable for the parents of children with special needs or autistic behaviours, and for professionals who work with them.
Helping children who have special needs or autistic behaviours can be challenging and emotionally demanding. This course will clarify some of the misconceptions in working with children who have special needs and will explore a different approach that keeps the child and its relationships in mind.
The course is suitable for the parents of children with special needs and for professionals who work with them.
The School of Infant Mental Health delivers a range of courses, including our Diploma in Parent Infant Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, a unique, UKCP-accredited training. Applications are now being accepted for the Diploma course which starts in Autumn 2017.
We also on occasion offer several other short and Certificate courses. Please click on the button below to find out more.
The monthly Early Interventionist contains articles and useful links on infant mental health, child psychotherapy and autism.
The December edition contains items on breastfeeding and autism, fathers and a new book by Stella Acquarone.