Month: February 2018

Evaluating the baby’s point of view in the nursery

The Distress Alarm BabyScale is a tool for detecting and evaluating chronic relational withdrawal. Initially designed as a screening tool, it can be used in long-term clinical settings in a dynamic assessment process to understand the baby’s experience of the relational environment. Dynamic assessment is a concept derived from psychology and especially from the field…
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Innovation in parenting clinics

The use of video as an intervention tool: The use of video as a parent/baby relationship intervention tool in parenting clinical practice is increasingly being adopted (Steele et al., 2014). Video-intervention or video feedback or videotherapy can be used in different types of settings (parental guidance, home visiting consultation, mother-baby psychotherapy, VAD). This involves making…
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