Designed in the UK and now widely-recognised around the world
We’re so proud to be the only approved Solihull Approach Training Hub in Australia
Incorporating infant mental health, neurodevelopmental and psychotherapeutic concepts.
Choose your training
2 day intensive
Develop an understanding of the internationally renowned Solihull Approach, including the application of infant mental health, containment and reciprocity concepts.
Foundation + Facilitator training
3 days inc. workshop
Combine the Foundation Training with an additional day and learn to facilitate group sessions with parents using methods carefully designed by The Solihull Approach.
Facilitator training only
1 day workshop
Only available if you've previously completed the 2 Day Foundation course. Expand on your previous training and learn to facilitate group sessions with parents.
1 day intensive
Consolidate your knowledge with another day of practical learning and build on your experiences after completing the Solihull Approach Foundation Training.
Your personalised registration form will be emailed to you.
Online parenting courses
Unearth your potential
Learn, discover, love and respect.
We're proud to partner with the Solihull Approach in the UK to offer these evidence-based online courses for anyone caring for babies or children.
Understanding pregnancy and birth
Understanding your baby
Understanding your child
What is the Solihull Approach?
The Solihull Approach aims to increase emotional health and well-being through both practitioner and parent training.
It is an internationally recognised intervention to strengthen the bond between parents and children and has been referred to in the most recent ‘MERTIL’ (Victorian maternal and child health nurses) training aimed at helping to protect our children from the enduring effects of early relational trauma.
Developed in the UK, with this training, participants learn to help caregivers identify, acknowledge and understand emotions that often prevent them from sensitively interpreting their infant and child’s behaviour.