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CHILDREN’S FEEDING PROBLEMS TRAINING DAY FOR PARENTS (2nd September)

Jul 30th (2017)

An approach for children with Avoidant & Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) that considers the whole child and family framework from a developmental and behavioural perspective. This course will be held on 2nd September at Rising Brook Baptist Church in Stafford from 9:45am until 4:00pm. Cost will be £10 per person which is a contribution towards cost of lunch and beverages. If you are interested then please contact Helen Boss via helen.boss@midlandspsychology.co.uk

 

 

Midlands Psychology offers tried and tested mental health and support services which are values-based and benefit from a strong focus on local services and partnerships with service users.

Through the social enterprise model, we are able to take an efficient, cost effective and flexible approach to delivering services, whilst retaining the values and principles of providing a public service. Our profits are re-invested for the benefits of our service users.

We are an independent group with a wealth of knowledge, skills and expertise from decades of high level work in Health, Education and Social Care. We also have a long and successful track record of working with service users to develop services and facilities that offer improved choice, greater diversity and a genuine focus on them and the communities in which they live.

As a social enterprise, we have a big commitment to localism - that means having local providers for goods and services, creating jobs within the community and reinvesting surplus moneys in ways that benefit local people.

Our core business is improving the psychological health and emotional well-being of those with whom we work and, by doing so, contribute to the development of healthier communities. We offer a range of assessment, therapeutic and support services to meet the needs of children, young people and adults.

 

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