Our Transition to Parenthood seminar is aimed at professional therapists. The group combines readings on theory, literature and the latest research concerning the treatment of perinatal women and families. We also incorporate case consultations and presentations.
Participants will collaborate on topics and readings based on interests and current client presenting problems.
- Self of the Therapist: Our relationship with our mothers and fathers, attachment history, strengths and weaknesses we bring to treating perinatal women and families
- Understanding the Impact of Becoming Parents on the Couple: Explore transitioning to parenthood research, adult attachment theory research and treatment models
- Assessment, Managing Risks, Dealing with Anxiety-Provoking Presentations & Psychotropic Medications
- Treating Suffering: Mindfulness-based treatments in clinical work with motherhood
- Working with Attachment Themes in Psychotherapy with Perinatal Women and the Mother-Infant Relationship
- Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders
What to Expect
Participants will be assigned two to three articles per meeting, and should come prepared to present at least one clinical case (preferably of an individual, couple or family dealing with some aspect of transitioning to parenthood) during the six-month course, and to actively participate in group discussions.
Participants make a six-month commitment with the option to renew.