The Solihull Training Approach is an integrated model of working, including a programme for care professionals working with families with babies and children who are affected by emotional and behavioural difficulties.

It is an early intervention model and is also used for prevention and group work. The model incorporates three concepts of containment, reciprocity and behaviour management.

The programme was first developed in 1996 by joint working between health visitors to work with families with children with feeding, sleeping, toileting and behaviour difficulties. The Solihull Approach has developed further and is now used by a wide range of professionals from different agencies to work with families.

In Lincolnshire Solihull Training is available to all practitioners working with families and children under five to support a consistent approach across agencies.

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Last updated: 5 November 2015

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