Matt Kempen

Marketing Manager for ACAMH
Matt Kempen
Marketing Manager for ACAMH
  • ACEs

    Join our ACEs SIG and Forum

    Anyone can now join our Adverse Childhood Experiences Special Interest Group, completely free! ACAMH members can log in to the website and participate in discussions on the SIG Forum. If you’re not an ACAMH member (yet!), you will need to register to use the Forum first.

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  • Tony Attwood; ‘Autism and Family Dynamics’, and ‘Special Interests’ – recording

    FOR DELEGATES ONLY. Professor Tony Attwood, Clinical Psychologist, Ph.D., returns to the UK to speak to an audience, primarily aimed at parents and those that support autistic children and young people.

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    Childhood Adversity: Recovery, Resilience and Prevention Seminars – recordings

    These recordings and resources are for delegates only. A series of four virtual half-day seminars have been organised by ACAMH in collaboration with Child and Family Training (CFT).

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    Suicide in children and young people: Everyone’s concern – recording

    Delegates only. The topic of suicide has been identified as a high priority area, particularly in the context of Covid and lockdown, and subject we should all be concerned with. This practically focused online conference, organised by ACAMH Scottish Branch, had talks from clinicians, education professionals, leading agency and charity professionals, and Public Health Scotland.

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    Service improvement and research: Innovation and new challenges in CAMHS – recording

    Southern Branch event that showcased the innovative models of care in the region featuring neurodevelopmental conditions and mental health difficulties. This recording is for delegates only.

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    Military conflict and its impact on children – recording

    This free webinar forms part of our series of resources relating to the impact of ‘Conflict and War’. Dr. Stephanie Lewis hosted talks from Professor Dennis Ougrin, Professor Rachel Calam, Professor Mina Fazel, and Professor Andrea Danese. ACAMH members can now receive a CPD certificate for watching this recorded lecture.

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  • Dr. Ann Ozsivadjian

    Myth Busting Autism (recording)

    To celebrate Autism Awareness Week we are put on this FREE webinar, to look at the evidence-base, focus on the facts, and bust some myths when it comes to Autism. It’s was aimed at parents, mental health professionals, special education professionals, and those with an interest in Autism. ACAMH members can now receive a CPD certificate for watching this recorded lecture.

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    2022 ACAMH Awards – call for nominations

    Nominations are open for the ACAMH Awards 2022. We aim to recognise high-quality work in evidence-based science, both in research and practice, in the field of child and adolescent mental health.

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  • Dr. Jessie Baldwin

    The future of research on Adverse Childhood Experiences: a panel discussion – recording

    Our Special Interest Group on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) launched with a online panel discussion, and audience Q & A, discussing and identifying the key priorities for future research on ACEs. Dr. Jessie Baldwin (pic) chaired the discussion. ACAMH members can now receive a CPD certificate for watching this recorded lecture.

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  • International Women's Day 2022

    Breaking the Bias: Celebrating Women in CAMH – recording

    This International Women’s Day ACAMH celebrated women’s achievements in CAMH, and explored how gender bias affects CAMH professionals. A panel, chaired by Professor Bernadka Dubicka, looked the challenges women have faced in the CAMH profession, examined how gender bias affects CAMH professionals, and celebrated women’s achievements. Panel; Dr. Gordana Milavić, Professor Kathy Sylva OBE, Professor Francesca Happé CBE, Dr. Rhonda Boyd, Dr. Praveetha Patalay, Bethany Cliffe, Clara Faria, and Gloria Cheung.

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