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  Posted By DavidvdW - 2012 August 08 - 3:40pm - 0 comments - Edit


If you are a mental health professional who is interested in conducting specialized Babies in Mind workshops with new parents or caregivers, you are invited to apply to become a licensed Babies in Mind practitioner. Jenny Perkel, clinical psychologist and author of Babies in Mind, has designed a series of workshops that aim to optimize the mental health - both present and future - of infants, as well as to improve the psychological wellbeing of their parents.

As a Babies in Mind practitioner you are licensed to run the series of 10 Babies in Mind workshops with mothers, fathers or caregivers. Jenny Perkel has compiled a training manual that includes the guidelines, layout and content of all 10 workshops, and some additional reading material for workshop participants. This training manual, together with the book, Babies in Mind, serves as the basis for the workshops.

All payments and profits for the workshops are retained by the Babies in Mind practitioner. Any costs or expenses incurred as part of the workshops are for the practitioner’s account.

For more information, contact Jenny Perkel at (2721) 4619153; jenny@perkel.co.za or visit www.babiesinmind.co.za.
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