‘Strange Situation’ Training Programme with Dr Judith Solomon
The Strange Situation is among the most influential measures of infant mental health, and is the recommended assessment of attachment in young children by The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
This 10-day training course, led by Dr Judith Solomon, provides a rare opportunity to learn the classification system for the Strange Situation from one of its contributing authors. The course will run on 3rd – 7th July 2017 and 10th – 14th July 2017 at St John’s College, University of Cambridge.
This opportunity is open to researchers and clinicians from psychology, psychiatry and paediatrics; and social workers and those from professional groups responsible for child safeguarding, mental health and wellbeing.
About Dr Solomon
Judith Solomon is internationally recognised for her pioneering research and theory-building on attachment and caregiving, including her discovery, with Mary Main, of the infant disorganized/disoriented attachment category. She conducted the first longitudinal study of infants in separated and divorced families and developed key representational measures of caregiving and child attachment, including the Caregiving Interview and the Attachment Doll Play Projective Assessment. With Carol George, she edited Attachment Disorganization (1999) and Disorganized Attachment and Caregiving (2011). She was recently Fulbright Visiting Professor at the University of Vienna.
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