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MTB Training Materials

PARENTAL REFLECTIVE FUNCTIONING DVD AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE 

Parental Reflective Functioning: Definition, Assessment, and Clinical Applications DVD (56 minutes) 
Delivered by Minding the Baby® Co-Founder Dr. Arietta Slade, this dynamic hour-long lecture-style DVD includes a definition and history of Parental Reflective Functioning (PRF) or mentalization, methods for recognizing and assessing this construct, and links between PRF and attachment. Overviews of the Pregnancy Interview (PI) and the Parental Development Interview (PDI) are also included, along with clinical and research applications of both measures. Now available for purchase for $125. 

MTB-HV IMPLEMENTATION MATERIALS 

MTB-HV implementing agencies and trainees receive print materials as part of the introductory training, including the MTB Treatment Manual and MTB Clinician Quick Reference Guide, along with a packet of materials including training PowerPoint notes pages, handouts, and articles. Only those who have participated in the training are eligible to receive copies of these materials. For those who have participated in the past and require replacement copies or updated versions, a limited supply is available for purchase. 

For organizations or funders who are seriously considering pursuing MTB model replication, the MTB Replication Planning Guide is available upon request. A regularly updated MTB Operations Manual is provided to implementing agencies who undertake full program replication, which involves a contractual agreement along with additional in-depth training and consultation through the MTB National Office. 

A limited number of MTB Treatment Manuals and Clinician Quick Reference Guides are available for purchase by past trainees. These materials are available only to past trainees as they cannot be used without training.

For more information, to request training materials as a past participant, or to order a DVD, please contact us

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