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    Default Looking for a family to assist my universtiy study

    Hi everyone,

    I am currently studying my Masters degree in Child Analytic Psychotherapy and the main component of the second year is to observe a newly born baby. This is so i can learn about ordinary infant development. The guidelines for this is that i am not to know the family and i would need to meet the family prior to the birth, which as you could imagine makes it a bit tricky.

    The observation would be for one hour per week over the course of the study year. Ideally i am looking for a family within the inner eastern suburbs of melbourne out as far as burwood or around the flemington area where i will be studying.

    Thanks in advance for anyone who is able to help or possibly even point me ni the direction of someone who may be interested.

    Kind regards,

    Rhiannon
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    I can't message you as you don't have enough posts yet, but if you can give me our details I'll pass them on to a couple of mums I know that have children and are due next month.

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    Default Able to help... but far away

    Hi Rhiannon,

    I'd love to help... but i'm a bit far away (Yarra Ranges area).

    If this isn't a prob for you, I'm due late March with my first baby and plan to be a stay at home mum (so am flexible with meeting times).

    Cheers,
    Kelly

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    Default Thank-you

    Hi There,
    Thanks so much for your reply and offer -much appreaciated! Unfortunately the yarra ranges however is a little too far away. Good luck with your pregnancy and the early time with your baby.
    Thanks again,
    Rhiannon


 

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