Babywatching for dementia patients at the Hermann Bonnus House in Osnabrück (Germany). All eyes are on seven-month-old Thees: He’s at the center of the Babywatching project for dementia patients at the Hermann Bonnus House.
We are delighted to be to share our B.A.S.E.®- Babywatching SPRING Newsletter with, which is also available to view on our website.
The development of attachment is fundamental to the healthy physical, intellectual, and social development of the child.
English Edition of A healthy pregnancy brochure out now!
These days hundreds of thousands of refugees from war zones, especially Syria, arrive in Europe. This leads to critical situations particularly for those needing special attention such as children and families. More than two thousand paediatricians, neonatologists, nurses and parents from Europe and the entire world came together in Budapest for the first congress of joint European Neonatal Societies (jENS) to discuss all aspects of newborn health. It is our duty to help where we can. Therefore, parts of the jENS Congress’ revenues will be donated to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). In addition, participants donated money during the congress week.
KH Brisch’s book Treating Attachment Disorders, Second Edition: From Theory to Therapy has been nominated for the 2013 Gradiva Award for Best Book by the National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis (NAAP). The Gradiva is awarded for the best published, produced or publicly exhibited work that advances psychoanalysis.
In response to: Carpenter et al. 2013: Bed sharing when parents do not smoke: is there a risk of SIDS 
Author: Herbert Renz-Polster, MD and Freia De Bock, MD, MPH specialised in child medicine and scientists at Mannheimer Institut für Public Health
"Time flies when you’re having fun. It’s nearly two years since our first conversations with Dr Karl-Heinz Brisch, the founder of BASEBabywatching, as to whether it would be possible to bring his extraordinarily simple but effective programme to the UK."
The B.A.S.E.® programme began on February 11 at Tauranga girls’ College in the Early Childhood class. The four term programme is being facilitated by Tanzi Bennison. Yvonne Thurston continues to run B.A.S.E.® at Te Ranga School and will also include Te Puke Intermediate School when the programme begins there.
A day of Babywatching (B.A.S.E.®) training with Dr. Karl Heinz Brisch in Joure, Netherlands. Date : Friday, October 5th- 2012, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Location : Kinder&JeugdTherapeuticum, Madame Curieweg 25, 8501 XC Joure, Netherlands.