How a ‘village’ approach can support infant and toddler mental health- Date & time: Wednesday 3 April 2024, 1:00 – 2:00PM – Free webinar

This webinar will discuss how to work collaboratively with families to engage with their ‘village’ and how this approach can influence infant and toddler mental health. Panellists will explore practice strategies that promote infant and toddler mental health and explore how asking questions about the family’s ‘village’ can help you better understand a family’s needs and strengths.


This webinar will help you:

  • understand the influence of infant and toddlers’ ‘village’ on their mental health
  • consider what factors might help or hinder a family’s connection to their infant and toddlers’ ‘village’
  • support parents to make sense of their infant and toddlers’ behaviours and what might be happening in their child’s inner world
  • consider how collaboration can support the parent-child relationship, day-to-day caregiving and resilience after adversity.


This webinar will interest practitioners who work with infants, toddlers and their families, such as allied health workers, child and family health nurses, perinatal and infant mental health providers, mental health services, child and family services and parenting support, lived experience workforce, GP’s, and paediatricians.

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