peep antenatal training

Our one-day training course is for practitioners working with (expectant) parents to support attachment in pregnancy and beyond. It includes online access to our Peep Antenatal Programme
We have adapted the training so that we can deliver it live online. The training content and access to the online Antenatal resources are the same for both online and face-to-face training, but we've added in some guidance on delivering Peep Antenatal sessions remotely.


Practitioners will develop their understanding, confidence and skills in:

enhancing parents’ ability to think about and bond with their baby and tune into their feelings before and after the birth (reflective functioning), creating a strong base from which the baby can explore the world

developing and supporting secure parent-infant attachment relationships, leading to better outcomes for the child in terms of their cognitive development, the relationships they build and their resilience to cope if life gets tough.

Duration:  One-day  9am – 4.30pm

Price:  £190 + vat (incl online delivery resources) 

Online platform:  We use Zoom when possible (contact us if you can only use MS Teams or read more).  Prior experience or software not necessary. Delegates could be at home or at work, with a reasonable wi-fi connection and a laptop or computer (not phone or tablet). We post out delegate packs to use during training.

Please book at least 5 working days before the course starts to ensure your delegate pack reaches you in the post. 

> Check dates or book a place  or   find out about arranging a course online or face-to-face (depending on lockdown guidance)

> Download our Peep Antenatal Online Training Booking form  or   Peep Antenatal Programme & Training leaflet    

Entry requirements to attend the training and use the Antenatal Programme:

  • Experienced in working with families with young children
  • Qualified at level 3+ England, Wales & N Ireland  |  level 6+ Scotland  | level 5+ Republic of Ireland
  • Access to regular supervision supporting Peep Antenatal Programme delivery.  (Supervision should provide a safe and supportive opportunity for practitioners to: identify instances where referral to other services may be required, reflect on their practice and how they and parents(-to-be) feel about the sessions, talk through challenges, share good practice, critically assess and adjust how the programme's core ideas are working.)
  • The Programme is not for [expectant] parents with complex problems, without specialist support.


‘I found this really useful to learn how to deliver a programme that focuses in on key aspects and in a parent-friendly/ baby-friendly way. A great learning experience – it gave me a structured framework to use which is evidence-based but also flexible in the delivery of it.’   (Tracey, Clinical Psychologist)

‘This Peep training was really helpful – easy to follow, great structure and resources etc. All the information is there for you.’  (Lorren, EY family and child development practitioner)