The NBO helps parents get to know and bond with their baby as a person. It is a brief, flexible, relationship-building session that helps parents observe and understand, together with the clinician, their infant’s behavioural capacities and preferences. Through a set of 18 neuro-behavioural observations, parents identify the kind of support their infant needs for successful growth and development, from birth to the third month of life. These observations include the infant’s:
NBO training is relevant to a range of professionals who work with families with newborns and very young infants, including midwives, maternal and child health nurses, paediatricians, neonatologists, obstetricians, social workers, perinatal psychiatrists, infant mental health clinicians and family support workers.
Training Room 3, Building 13
1-20 Lincoln Rd
Day 1- August 1st, 2016
Day 2- August 2nd, 2016
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