Impact of High Frequency Contact – Seminar

On Wednesday 24th October the Centre is hosting a seminar looking at the impact high levels of parental contact have on infants in care.

The seminar will be conducted by Jeanne Kaniuk, Head of Adoption and Permanent Families Service at the Coram Foundation in London.

Jeanne will present research and practice developments undertaken by her team, which compliments related work undertaken by Professor Cathy Humphreys and Meredith Kiraly. Key aspects of Cathy and Meredith's research will be re-presented at the seminar.

Places are limited, so if you would like to attend please return the attached registration form as soon as possible.

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