When does life begin? When do memory and experience start? How does a child learn about their environment in the apparent absence of language, and what happens inside the baby’s developing brain? This two-class series looks at the evolving psychological world of the newborn baby, from perinatal experience into adolescence.
With discussion on important psychological stages of development, this series explores Bowlby’s Attachment Theory, Piaget on Learning and Egocentrism, Parent-Child Relationship Formation, Play Therapy & Symbolism, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, Identity & Gender Formation, Self-fulfilling life scripts, Ego Development and the essential ingredients for child stability & development.
Dates: Thursday 26th March & 2nd April 2020: 7pm-9pm
Course: Two Weeks – two-hour weekly lectures
* No previous experience or qualifications required. No homework or assessments
* Course Attendance Certificates provided on completion
* Academic references provided on request
* Age Limit & Terms Apply