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Find out about how we support emotional health and well-being at a population level or in particular sectors. Read about our research. Hear about large scale implementations of the Solihull Approach. See more about our online courses. Find out about our cascadable trainings. Employers: contact us for info about well-being at work.Find out more
Bateson, Delaney and Pybus (2006) quantitative research on the effectiveness of the Solihull Approach parenting group.Find out more
Download a list, read a summary of Alan Dolan's 2013 qualitative paper on fathers' experiences, access full articles.Find out more
Johnson and Wilson (2012) evaluated 200 parents' experiences of being in a Solihull Approach group.Find out more
**New research just published by Lydia Vella, a qualitative study on the 'Understanding your child's behaviour' group for parents. **Phase 1 of the antenatal group research is complete and the next round of data collecting has begun. **A report is out soon on using the online 'Understanding your child' in prisons with fathers. **Solihull Approach Rap released at last! Feat. Hazel Douglas & Mary Rheeston Solihull Approach Rap **Using everyday interactions to build your under 5’s brain power. Vroom, from the Zero to Three team Click Here **'The Adverse Childhood Experiences Study ACE may turn out to be the most important scientific finding of the late 20th century' Sandra Bloom. **New paper in Community Practitioner Journal 'Taking part in Understanding Your Child's Behaviour and positive changes for parents.' v 89, 42-48 Appleton et al. (2016) **Journalist Emily Roger's experience of the UYCB group in CYPNow.**Vivian Lee and Georgina Timmins describe using the Solihull Approach in a Parent and Infant Unit in Australia click here** Solihull Approach online postnatal course now available**Solihull Approach conference Dec 7th 2016**NEW article about the Solihull Approach antenatal parenting group in the International Journal of Birth and Parent Education, 2016, v4, 29-31**Research on schools: Hassett, A. and Appleton, R. (2016) Understanding your pupil’s behaviour: a pilot study from two primary schools in Kent. Research Report.
N Lanarkshire are training firefighters in the Solihull Approach. Islington are running the Postnatal Plus groups. Shropshire are running Solihull Approach Workshops for parents in schools. Wrexham are running the SA Antenatal Group. HMP Oakwood Prison ran the 2 Day Foundation training.
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