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30 Nov. - 2 Dec. 2017

World Association for Infant Mental Health

14 - 18 June 2014, Edinburgh

Anticipated attendance: 1000 delegates Conference code: CAP14A Meeting website:www.waimgcongress.org
Exhibition address: Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC)
Edinburgh
Scotland
www.eicc.com 

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Exhibition overview

The bi-annual conference is attended by nearly all Infant Mental Health Specialist, consistently attracting users and developers of leading and cutting edge research.

Exhibition details


Programme Topics will include: 

Adolescent Parenting Alcohol and Other Drugs 
Antenatal and Perinatal Practices 
Assessment for Family Law Issues, including Child Abuse and Custody 
Assessment: Diagnostic & Clinical Issues 
Attachment Studies and Clinical Disorders 
Autistic Spectrum Disorders 
Caregiving Contexts Cross Cultural Studies 
Emotion Regulation and Disorders of Temperament 
Evaluating Parent-Infant Psychotherapy 
Father Infant Interaction 
Infant Depression and Early Psychopathology 
Infant Mental Health Services and Training Mother-Infant Interaction 
Parenting and Family Process 
Prematurity and High Risk Infants 
Preventive-Intervention and Community Context 
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Keynote Speakers: 
Professor Jane Barlow (United Kingdom) Parents under pressure: working innovatively to improve parent-infant interaction in parents at risk of abuse
Pasco Fearon (United Kingdom) Integrating nature and nurture in the study of attachment and long-term socio-emotional development). 
Dr Christine Anzieu-Premmereur (United States) Are you my mother? Maternal care as the source of early psychic life and some consequences on dyadic interactions and brain development, with clinical vignettes of infant-mother psychotherapy.
Dr Karlen Lyons-Ruth (United States) Disorganized attachment, trauma, and the neurobiology of mothering: An emerging scientific frontier
Dr James Swain (United States) Infants on the parental brain - coordinated brain imaging, psychological and behavioural studies.

Deadline details

  • Entry into Wisepress Congress Price List: May 16, 2014
  • Receipt of display material: May 23, 2014

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Wisepress will be mounting a full display of books and journals at this meeting.
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