PIMHAT works with parents who have experienced trauma and / or mental health difficulties that are impacting on the attachment relationship and development of their infant. Infants must be under the age of two to work with PIMHAT and on a child protection under Norfolk County Council.
We provide a range of long-term therapeutic
interventions with any form of trauma and mental illness that a parent is
experiencing that is impacting on the attachment and development of their
Partners and grandparents are involved in PIMHAT work and may also be offered parent infant work in addition to the originally referred parent, if appropriate.
We work with parents of any age. The infant may be unborn from 24 weeks gestation up to the child’s second birthday.
Mary Chapman House
120 Hotblack Road
Telephone number (urgent)
In office hours, if client's worker is not available, call number above and ask for PIMHAT duty worker.
We do not provide urgent care.
What to expect when referred