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IMHAANZ Online Symposium

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This symposium features an interesting line up of speakers delving into aspects of the social, emotional and relational health of pēpi and young children - and their relationships with their caregivers and wider whānau. 

Highlights include:

- Dr. Jane Barlow from Oxford University on the developing relationship between a parent and child when the child is in utero. 

- one of our patrons, Dr. Patricia Champion, discussing infants and young children who develop in different ways and/or are differently abled and what this brings to the infant-parent relationship. 

- Dr. Kelly Waiana Tikao (University of Otago) sharing insights on infant mental health from a Te Ao Maori perspective 

- plus lots of other speakers presenting on a range of interventions, parenting programmes and reflections on work in the infant mental health space, including in the ECE sector. 

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If you work with children supporting their social, emotional, physical and/or relational health, this event is for you!

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