Tuesday 1st November 2022
7-9pm (online), £15
Led by Georgina Roberts this CPD session will explore whether music can effectively support the parent-infant relationship.
As part of her MSc in Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Well-being, Georgina gathered a cross-section of service provider reflections on the effectiveness of music to support parent-infant relationships.
During the session Georgina will unpack her findings and promote discussion around three themes:
- what does ‘music’ mean in the context of parent-infant relationships
- reflections on terminology associated with parent-infant relationships
- considering the musical and non-musical approaches to support the parent-infant relationship.
This session is suitable for music practitioners, early years practitioners and parent-infant mental health practitioners
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About Georgina Roberts
Georgina has been a freelance music therapist and early years music practitioner since 2011. She has worked extensively with children who have special educational needs and disabilities in a range of special school settings, delivering both individual and group based sessions.
Georgina has recently completed an MSc in Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Well-being at Edge Hill University. She has an interest in parent-infant mental health and perinatal mental health. She believes passionately that music can be used as a tool to support young children, help them connect with parents and others and break down barriers.
This session is part of the Note Weavers 2022 CPD series supported by Youth Music