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November 2016

Infant Mental Health

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Promoting nurturing parenting through infant massage

This course will provide you with knowledge to assist in critically examining and evaluating the quality of different approaches to infant massage education and which ones, in particular, appear to result in improved parent-infant relationship outcomes.

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Free

Touch and Human Development

First, we will explore how touch relates to early human development. We will explore some key research influencing our understanding of how touch influences the development of emotional and affect regulation, and also how some key themes in touch-related research relate to affect regulation. We will also giving some thought to how people’s own experiences and cultural beliefs about touch can impact on the quality of these early opportunities for supporting infant development.

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22.50 AUD

Premature Birth and Touch: Elsa Silva

A lecture presentation (2012) by Elsa Silva on the experience of touch for babies born prematurely, and their parents

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37.50 AUD

Evolutionary Biology and Modern Neuroscience – What Mothers Always Knew: Nils Bergman

A lecture presentation (2012) by Dr. Nils Bergman on the neurobiological and behavioural implications of early interaction, touch and skin-to-skin contact.

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30 AUD

Pleasant Touch and Infant Social Development

A research review of "Physiological and behavioural responses reveal 9-month-old infants' sensitivity to pleasant touch", by Merle T. Fairhurst, Line Loken, and Tobias Grossman

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Kangaroo Care and Skin-To-Skin

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22.50 AUD

Premature Birth and Touch: Elsa Silva

A lecture presentation (2012) by Elsa Silva on the experience of touch for babies born prematurely, and their parents

See more...

37.50 AUD

Evolutionary Biology and Modern Neuroscience – What Mothers Always Knew: Nils Bergman

A lecture presentation (2012) by Dr. Nils Bergman on the neurobiological and behavioural implications of early interaction, touch and skin-to-skin contact.

See more...


Video Presentations for CPD

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22.50 AUD

Premature Birth and Touch: Elsa Silva

A lecture presentation (2012) by Elsa Silva on the experience of touch for babies born prematurely, and their parents

See more...

37.50 AUD

Evolutionary Biology and Modern Neuroscience – What Mothers Always Knew: Nils Bergman

A lecture presentation (2012) by Dr. Nils Bergman on the neurobiological and behavioural implications of early interaction, touch and skin-to-skin contact.

See more...


Infant Sensory Interaction Courses

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Free

Promoting nurturing parenting through infant massage

This course will provide you with knowledge to assist in critically examining and evaluating the quality of different approaches to infant massage education and which ones, in particular, appear to result in improved parent-infant relationship outcomes.

See more...

Free

Touch and Human Development

First, we will explore how touch relates to early human development. We will explore some key research influencing our understanding of how touch influences the development of emotional and affect regulation, and also how some key themes in touch-related research relate to affect regulation. We will also giving some thought to how people’s own experiences and cultural beliefs about touch can impact on the quality of these early opportunities for supporting infant development.

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Research Reviews for CPD

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30 AUD

Pleasant Touch and Infant Social Development

A research review of "Physiological and behavioural responses reveal 9-month-old infants' sensitivity to pleasant touch", by Merle T. Fairhurst, Line Loken, and Tobias Grossman

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5 AUD

Infant massage: indicators of high quality

A research review of "Interventions to support early relationships: mechanisms identified within infant massage programs", by Angela Underdown and Jane Barlow.

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Online Infant Massage Courses

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Free

Cue-Based Infant Massage Course – Week 1: Course Introduction

This is Week 1 of the online component of the nationally accredited course in Cue-Based Infant Massage and Parent-Infant Relationship Education.

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Free

Promoting nurturing parenting through infant massage

This course will provide you with knowledge to assist in critically examining and evaluating the quality of different approaches to infant massage education and which ones, in particular, appear to result in improved parent-infant relationship outcomes.

See more...

Free

Infant Massage in Australia

This module challenges some of the popular ideas about "infant massage". We explore some historical influences on the development of infant massage and students will complete the course with some of the knowledge necessary to understand the range of factors that may be important in evaluating different approaches to infant massage education.

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Free

Touch and Human Development

First, we will explore how touch relates to early human development. We will explore some key research influencing our understanding of how touch influences the development of emotional and affect regulation, and also how some key themes in touch-related research relate to affect regulation. We will also giving some thought to how people’s own experiences and cultural beliefs about touch can impact on the quality of these early opportunities for supporting infant development.

See more...

30 AUD

Pleasant Touch and Infant Social Development

A research review of "Physiological and behavioural responses reveal 9-month-old infants' sensitivity to pleasant touch", by Merle T. Fairhurst, Line Loken, and Tobias Grossman

See more...

5 AUD

Infant massage: indicators of high quality

A research review of "Interventions to support early relationships: mechanisms identified within infant massage programs", by Angela Underdown and Jane Barlow.

See more...


Baby in Mind Logos

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As a professional or student member of Baby in Mind, you may wish to have an image or graphic to illustrate that you are a member of a reputable organisation. Using a graphic or image on your website or printed material helps communicate to parents and the community that your knowledge is up-to-date, that your skills are recognised, and that you adhere to the standards of that organisation.

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