Pilke-clinic Trainings

D-EIS/MIM scoring International Reliability Practicum

The goal of this practicum is to guide and get participants reliable in scoring DEIS developed for the MIM observation protocol. The practicum is for people who have attended the 4-day Basic MIM training and want to earn international reliability.

19.-20.9.2024 and 5.-6.11.2024

Nurture and Play – mentalizing based parent-child interaction intervention 2024

 

Nurture and Play – parent-child intervention is a short-term intervention based on Theraplay-therapy (www,theraplay.fi) and mentalizing theory. Through active, playful interaction sessions utilizing embodied mentalizing, e.g., reciprocal activities…

7-8.6.2024

LIVE NaP training in Helsinki: Nurture and Play – mentalizing based parent-child interaction intervention 2024

 

Nurture and Play – parent-child intervention is a short-term intervention based on Theraplay-therapy (www,theraplay.fi) and mentalizing theory. Through active, playful interaction sessions utilizing embodied mentalizing, e.g., reciprocal activities…

22.-23.4.2024

Advanced Online MIM/DEIS training – Working with Families and couples (Family and Couples MIM)

Background:

Models that look only at the effects of social interaction patterns in father-child or mother-child dyads are inadequate for understanding the impact of interaction patterns on the whole family system. The family systems’ view provides a coherent foundation and framework for such efforts.

15-16.2.2024 and 18.-19.3.2024

Marschak Interaction Method Skills Training with Dyadic Emotional Interaction Style scoring (D-EIS)

What: The Marschak Interaction Method (MIM; Marschak, 1960) is a structured technique for observing and assessing the overall quality and nature of relationships between caregivers and child. It consists of a series of simple tasks designed to elicit interactive behaviors…

11.-12.11.2024 and 16.-17.12.2024

Marschak Interaction Method Skills Training with Dyadic Emotional Interaction Style scoring (D-EIS) Autumn 2024

What: The Marschak Interaction Method (MIM; Marschak, 1960) is a structured technique for observing and assessing the overall quality and nature of relationships between caregivers and child. It consists of a series of simple tasks designed to elicit interactive behaviors…