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Building Relational Capacity in Parents and Children: Evaluation of Youngballymun Infant Mental Health (IMH) Programmes

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The Centre for Engaged Research, has the pleasure of inviting you to a new edition of DCU Centre for Engaged Research Lecture Series 2022.

 

The next lecture in this series is entitled 

Building Relational Capacity in Parents and Children: Evaluation of Youngballymun Infant Mental Health (IMH) Programmes
by Hazel Murphy, Siobhan Russell, Evelyn Gordon and Mary Farrelly 

Hazel Murphy is a member of the Youngballymun’s Infant and Early Years Mental Health team since 2010.

Siobhan Russell is Assistant Professor in Mental Health Nursing in the School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health at DCU.

Evelyn Gordon worked for many years in adult and adolescent mental health as an accredited psychotherapist and nurse.

Mary Farrelly is lecturer on mental health and nursing at the School of Nursing, Psychotherapy and Community Health.

The lecture will explore the case of Youngballymun, which was established in 2007 and provided a suite of Infant Mental Health (IMH) programs to support parents as key change agents in their children's lives to put children on a positive developmental trajectory.

When:  Wednesday, 25th May 2022
Where: Online
Time: 12.30 pm