Course Descriptions

Course 1: RF Training on the Parent Development Interview
Course 2: RF Training on the Pregnancy Interview

Reflective Functioning Training on the Parent Development Interview

Length: 3 days
Location: Yale Child Study Center, 230 South Frontage Rd, New Haven, CT 
Instructor(s): Arietta Slade, PhD; Elizabeth Graf, PhDMelissa Ilardi, PhD
Course Dates:  Friday, November 3rd – Sunday, November 5th, 2017
Time: Day 1 9am – 4pm; Day 2 9am – 4pm; Day 3 9am – 4pm
Fee: $1100
Registration: CLICK HERE!

This three day course is designed to provide research professionals with a comprehensive understanding of parental Reflective Functioning (RF) and to provide training to become a reliable RF coder on the Parent Development Interview (PDI). The course will provide an introduction to RF and to the PDI and will provide participants in the course with training in understanding and applying the RF coding system. The course will include homework which must be completed overnight and will form the basis for discussion on the following training day.

Who is this course suitable for?
Professionals working in the areas of child mental health and clinical research. Click here for details on Training Protocol

Suggested Reading?
Click here for Suggested Reading


Reflective Functioning Training on the Pregnancy Interview

Length: 3 days
Location: Yale Child Study Center, 230 South Frontage Rd, New Haven, CT 
Instructor(s): Arietta Slade, PhD; Elizabeth Graf, PhD; Melissa Ilardi, PhD
Course Dates:  Friday, November 3rd – Sunday, November 5th, 2017
Time: Day 1 9am – 4pm; Day 2 9am – 4pm; Day 3 9am – 4pm
Fee: $1100
Registration: CLICK HERE!

This three day course is designed to provide research professionals with a comprehensive understanding of parental Reflective Functioning (RF) and to provide training to become a reliable RF coder on the Pregnancy Interview (PI). The course will provide an introduction to RF and to the PI and will provide participants in the course with training in understanding and applying the RF coding system. The course will include homework which must be completed overnight and will form the basis for discussion on the following training day.

Who is this course suitable for?
Professionals working in the areas of infant/child/maternal mental health and clinical research Click here for details on Training Protocol

Suggested Reading?
Click here for Suggested Reading