This advanced-level Masterclass provides opportunity for interactive, reflective, therapeutic skill-building, supporting effective practice with perinatal presentations.
Designed for the PIMH Intensive Alumni, our Masterclasses foreground developmental and relational ports of entry to practice, while holding a background context of trauma-informed, strengths-based integration to intervention.
Explore flexible and creative ways of working with parents and infants
Engage in a dynamic, collaborative, reciprocal learning space
Personalise your experience – bring your case examples and stuck points for discussion
Finesse your case conceptualisations and micro-therapeutic skills
Discover answers to your most thorny perinatal questions
Connect with like-minded, dedicated peers, developing ‘communities of practice’ to increase support and decrease isolation
Content areas for exploration and discussion focus on important frames that hold us and guide us in our work with perinatal families, and include:
- application of the Nested Therapeutic Model for Integrated Perinatal Intervention
- access to the Perinatal Reflective Attachment-Oriented Questions, an original, evidence-informed document developed specifically for clinicians to guide effective assessment and intervention for reflective capacity
- therapeutic action to support the development of the Motherhood and Fatherhood Mindsets
- an in-depth case study to guide rich clinical practice and apply the above frames, informed by our model of Reflective Supervision
PIMH Masterclasses are a perinatal CPD essential!
Continue to strengthen your competencies and extend the rich content from the PIMH Intensive to optimise your capacity to support parents and infants.
The PIMH Masterclass is open to graduates of the PIMH Intensive training with Dr Bronwyn Leigh at any time from 2012-2023. Upon registration, please indicate when and where you engaged in the training, including whether in-person or online and which month and year.
Bronwyn may be joined by Charise or Carla to co-facilitate Masterclasses with a higher number of participants.
Dr Bronwyn Leigh is a Clinical Psychologist and the Director of the Perinatal Training Centre and the Centre for Perinatal Psychology.
Dr Charise Deveney is a Clinical Psychologist, Member of the Centre for Perinatal Psychology and a trainer in various programs through the Perinatal Training Centre.
Carla Anderson is a Clinical Psychologist, Member of the Centre for Perinatal Psychology and a trainer in various programs through the Perinatal Training Centre.