Nurture and Play: Part 1 (February 17-18, 2020)

February 17-18, 2020

Hanna Lampi, OT, Family Psychotherapist, Theraplay Trainer, NaP trainer

The Theraplay Institute
Evanston, IL


Nurture and Play (NaP) - parent-child intervention is a short term intervention Nurture and Play (NaP) - parent-child intervention is a short term intervention based on Theraplay and mentalizing theory. dyad, family setting dyad, family setting (Nurture and Play-Family) or in a group, starting already in pregnancy (Nurture and Play-Group. It is designed as an easily delivered intervention applicable to be ‘used in various settings’ (home visits, clinical settings). It can be combined with other ways of working with parents and children, or as a mini-intervention in itself. In Nurture and Play there are ca. 6 meetings (NaP-F), or 4 (pregnancy)+8 (parent-infant) meetings (NaP-Group). The age group is between 0-5.

Learning Objectives
This 2 day training will prepare the participants to be able to conduct intervention in their clinical settings.

  1. Theoretical basis of intervention (attachment framework, emotional availability, mentalizing theory)
  2. Empirical basis of intervention (results from RCT study with depressed pregnant mothers; (Salo et al., 2016)
  3. Knowledge of how to conduct pre assessment phase: Nurture and Play- interview
  4. Knowledge of how to conduct Nurture and Play in practice: play sessions and reflective video feedback

COST:

$450

CEUs:

Will be provided pending approval

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