The Early Interventionist mid July edition

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The Early Interventionst

The newsletter of the Parent Infant Centre

**Specialists in early intervention**

Mid July issue

In this edition of our newsletter, Psychotraumatologist and Child
Therapist Doris D'Hooghe kindly provids a link to her paper on the
impact of early trauma on attachment relationships. 
Doris is the founder of Trauma Centre Belgium and speaks on related
subjects at international conferences.

In her paper Doris considers the impact of early adverse experiences on
a child's development. This interesting paper brings together the
insights of Bowlby with later work on neurodevelopment and the
regulation of affects.

We also comment on two recent autism studies, one which looks at the
avoidance of eye contact by premature babies and another large-scale
study into the risks associated with increased parental age. Items about
oxytocin, mutism and compensatory declarative memory complete this
edition of the newsletter.

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The Early Interventionist is published twice a month.


**The Parent Infant Centre**

The Parent Infant Centre promotes good mental health across childhood,
from infancy to adolescence. The London-based Centre includes a child
psychotherapy clinic and a training body for parent infant
psychoanalytic psychotherapists.

The Parent Infant Clinic
( offers psychotherapy
for infants, children, adolescents and families. The Clinic's services
also include ReStart
(, a unique
specialist programme that addresses the early signs of autism.

The School of Infant Mental Health
( was established in
1990. The School delivers the only UKCP-accredited training in Parent
Infant Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. **This training can be undertaken
at our London base or online.** The School also offers a range of one or
two day weekend workshops throughout the year and delivers bespoke
training packages to organisations within the UK and overseas.

The Child Focus Consultancy
( gives advice and
support to other professionals and organisations.


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call us on +44 20 7433 3112

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