REVIEW: ATTACH In-Person & Online Instructions with ATTACH Sessions Videos

Watch the sessions in action and round out your understanding of the ATTACH sessions!

Access to this course is limited. You must complete the in-person ATTACH training in order to access this course.

Please contact Martha Hart at [email protected] if you require access or have any questions regarding access to this course.

Your Instructor

Nicole Letourneau & Martha Hart
Nicole Letourneau & Martha Hart

Dr. Nicole Letourneau is the co-creator of the ATTACH™ program and holds the Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation Research Chair in Parent-Infant Mental Health and is Director of RESOLVE Alberta.

Her Child Health Intervention and Longitudinal Development (CHILD) Studies Program develops and tests interventions to promote health of infants and children growing up in families affected by toxic stressors including parental depression, addictions, intimate partner violence and low-income. She is also the Principle Investigator of APrON, a 12-year longitudinal follow-up of a pregnancy cohort.

She has published 150+ peer-reviewed papers, 150+ opinion editorials appearing in major print and on-line news outlets and two books for the lay public: Scientific Parenting: What Science Reveals About Parental Influence (2013) and What Kind of Parent Am I?: Self-Surveys that Reveal the Impact of of Toxic Stress and More (2018), both from Dundurn.

E-mail: [email protected]

Martha Hart, Ph.D., is the co-creator of the ATTACH™ program and is a well-trained researcher at the University of Calgary/Alberta Children’s Hospital, board member of IASA, and founder of The Owen Hart Foundation. Her present research includes co-creating and pilot testing the Attachment and Child Health (ATTACH™) Intervention, which explores links between parental reflective function (RF) and parent/child attachment led by Nicole Letourneau.

She has published various peer-reviewed papers and has co-edited Development and Adaptation: Seminal Papers on the Dynamic-Maturational Model of Attachment and Adaptation, published by Waterside Press, with another book in publication.

Email: [email protected]

This course is closed for enrollment.