Praxis has been gently ticking over for the last while since I’ve been working for the wonderful Children In Wales
See below links to the speakers at our parenting conference – Thanks to Curious Ostrich for filming it.
The conference focused on how we should be supporting the mental and emotional wellbeing of children and parents.
A key message on the day was the need for family work to include parent relationship work.
Honor Rhodes OBE, Director of Strategy, Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships/Trustee of the Early Intervention Foundation
‘Love and Work’ – Honor Rhodes OBE from curious ostrich on Vimeo.
Love and Work: what really works in family intervention, being relational and good at what we do. See here.
Dr Mike Davies, Consultant Psychotherapist
‘Helping those in greatest need’ – Dr Mike Davies from curious ostrich on Vimeo.
Helping those in greatest need: Children and families with complex, multi-dimensional needs. See here.
Professor Sarah Stewart-Brown, Professor of Public Health, University of Warwick
‘Parenting and Public Health’ – Professor Sarah Stewart-Brown from curious ostrich on Vimeo. See here.
Parenting and Public Health.
Gwilym Roberts, CEO Relate Cymru
Taking a relational approach to improving our mental health – Gwilym Roberts from curious ostrich on Vimeo. See here.
A relational approach to improving our mental health.
Taking a relational approach to improving our mental health.