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I (Dr Lisa Marsland) am in the middle of the very exciting process of setting up an Early Intervention/Prevention-based Social Enterprise called 'BUILDING BONDS'. 

I am passionate and 100% committed to offering vulnerable/at-risk parents and infants a non-judgemental, non-stigmatising but evidence-based Parent-Infant Mental Health Service which can offer the specialist therapeutic support often needed in these key early days/months/years. 

I am very lucky in my specialist field of work to have a number of experienced, like-minded and supportive colleagues/associates who are also dedicated to the field of perinatal psychology and who will be supporting me in the development, 'setting up and delivery of Building Bonds.   

Please see the Building Bonds Page and Building Bonds Leaflet for more information on this exciting and innovative Early Intervention Social Enterprise.

Children Centre Work
I am currently enjoying offering therapeutic support/intervention in Kings Meadow Children Centre, Ainsdale, Sefton.  In addition to working on a 1-1 basis with children and families, I will be delivering Webster Stratton Parenting Groups for parents and offering Solihull Training to Children Centre staff across Sefton.  Early Intervention/Years Work is what I most enjoy and jump out of bed for in the mornings :-).

Wirral GP Consortia Work
Since December 2011 I have been working 1 day per week for a new GP Consortia on the Wirral.  Much of this clinical work is around supporting parents and adults with complex mental health problems.  I has recently undertaken some training in ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) of which I have embraced and use now under supervision as my main therapeutic approach/model in my work on the Wirral.  

The Guardian – Article
Sarah Boseley, Health Editor.
'Leaving your baby to cry for a significant length of time can damage brain development, parenting guru claims'. Neurobiologists say high levels of stress hormone cortisol are 'toxic' to the developing brain, according to Penelope Leach.
Access article/Research via Guardian Edition 21/04/10. 



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