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Designed to equip students with evidence-based knowledge and skills to work with infants, children and young families.
The course has an interdisciplinary focus across the levels of promotion, prevention, intervention and policy in the field of Infant Mental Health (IMH).
IMH specialists seek to further the healthy social and emotional development of infants and young children by preventing and treating mental health problems in the context of their caregiving relationships. IMH is fundamentally a relationship-focused approach, and reflective practice and reflective supervision are seen as critical components.
This course aligns with international standards and competencies in Infant Mental Health and is the first of its kind in WA.
For the 11th year in a row, ECU graduates have given a 5-star rating for teaching quality in the 2018 Good Universities Guide.
This record is unmatched by all but a few universities in Australia.
ECU has also received the highest student satisfaction rating of all public universities in the 2017 Australian Government QILT survey.
More than 86% of our students rated their overall university experience positively.
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