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Psychology of Parenting

Psychology of Parenting within NES focusses on 2 main workstreams that aim to improve the availability of training in the delivery of evidence-based programmes and interventions for practitioners working with families of infants and children from birth up to the age of 6 years old.

Psychology of Parenting

The Psychology of Parenting Project (PoPP) is aimed at improving the availability of high-quality evidence-based parenting programmes for families with young children who have elevated levels of behaviour problems. Find more information on this project here.

 

Infant Mental Health

PoP has been working with Health Boards to roll out the Solihull Approach Cascade Scheme in Scotland which allows increased access to Solihull Foundation Level Training across the country.

NES are now also offering the opportunity for Early Years Practitioners to enrol in an Advanced Infant Mental Health Training Scheme.

For further information on these training opportunities please click here.