Watch, Wait and Wonder Training: October 31 & November 1, 2018

Two-day introductory training is led by Dr. Mirek Lojkasek, C. Psych a member of the team that developed the Watch, Wait and Wonder method, a co-principal investigator of the WWW research study and author of the training manual. Dr. Lojkasek brings 20 years of experience in the practice. supervision and training of mental health practitioners in Watch, Wait and Wonder in Canada, the US and in the UK. WWW VANCOUVER 2018 FLYER AND REG...

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Past Events – WCAIMH Talk: March 22, 2018 – Film: “A Two Year Old Goes to Hospital”

SPEAKER: Dr. Nicole Sonya Vellet, Ph.D., R. Psych., Vellet & Associates Child Psychological Services TOPIC: Dr. Vellet will screen the classic James Robertson Film “A Two Year Old Goes to Hospital” about the suffering of a little girl separated from her mother, and talk about its significance for infant mental health. The session will focus on role of images and video footage in the history of the field of attachment (e.g., video footage by Rene Spitz of children in orphanages and John Roberston’s film of a child separated from her parents when she was hospitalized) and the clinical power of video feedback in attachment-based interventions....

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Past events – WCAIMH Talk: April 26, 2018 – Parental Awareness of Pediatric Screen Time Recommendations and Screen Time Use in Children less than Two Years of Age

SPEAKER: Annie Lau is the recipient of the College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia, Award of Excellence in Public Health Nursing Practice.  She has extensive years of working with families with children of the early years. Currently, she is the health resource nurse at BC Children’s Hospital. SUMMARY: Ms. Lau will present her research with Vancouver Coastal Health on the use of media screens in children under two years of age. She presented her work at the recent 2018 Early Years Conference in Vancouver,...

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