Skip to 0 minutes and 8 secondsIn this final week, we'll examine some of the different methods of working to support parents during the perinatal period. We start by describing some of the different levels of which services can be provided in terms of whether they are universal, targeted, or indicated. We also distinguish between methods that target the parent only, which are known as non-dyadic, and methods that target both the parent and infant together, and are known as dyadic interventions. We will then go on to examine specific interventions that can be delivered during the ante and postnatal periods, with the aim of promoting aspects of parenting, such as for example sensitive parent infant interaction, and parental reflective functioning.

Skip to 0 minutes and 49 secondsOr that will promote optimal infant outcomes in terms of the infant's developing mind, such as for example, attachment security, or the baby's ability for reflective functioning. We have some more videos for you to watch, and interviews with Doctor Hilary Kennedy, who is a leading developer and trainer of video interaction guidance. And with Dr. Tessa Baradon, who is clinical director of the Anna Freud Centre. We hope that you will enjoy the final week of this course, and that you share some of your thoughts about the material this week with your colleagues in the discussions.

Welcome to Week 4

This week, we will be examining some of the key methods of working to support parents during the perinatal period.

In this video, Jane introduces some of the key themes, and outlines the structure for the week.

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Babies in Mind: Why the Parent's Mind Matters

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