We have limited availability for our Multi-Agency Perinatal Mental Health Awareness training on Wednesday 16 October 2019. It is a rare opportunity to experience our one day PMH Awareness training alongside other practitioners from a variety of professional backgrounds.
Please note: this training does not support an onward cascade – it is not a Champions programme. It is designed for individual direct learning and development for multi-agency.
The training event is suited to a wide range of practitioners working alongside women perinatally (including neonatal nurses, midwives, social workers, early years workers, parent support workers) and will include presentations, activities and discussions around:
- Perinatal mental illness and why it matters;
- Recognition and management;
- Safeguarding and risk;
- Everyone’s business: your role, communication and interventions.
“It was extremely informative and helpful for my role” (Neonatal nurse – 2018)
“I came into the session not knowing anything about PMH. Every session appropriate” (Parent support worker – 2018)
“I feel more confident in approaching the subject and being able to signpost/refer parents to the appropriate services. I will ensure details of services are readily available to other staff on the ward” (Midwife – 2018)
We can increase practitioner confidence in practice around working perinatally with mothers and their families who may have perinatal mental health issues.
Come and learn more about PMH – what it is, why it matters and what you can do to help.
New training date: 16 October 2019
How to book
Places are strictly limited – for more information or to book a place – please contact: [email protected]
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