peep antenatal training

Our one-day training course supports attachment in pregnancy and beyond. It includes online access to our Peep Antenatal Programme


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) 

> book a place  or   arrange a course (for up to 16 practitioners) in your area 

> download our Peep Antenatal Programme & Training leaflet  or  Peep Antenatal Training Booking form

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.]


‘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)