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    Bullying and Victimisation and the link with Adverse Childhood Experiences

    This free webinar is open to all, and is organised by ACAMH’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Special Interest Group. The webinar will be led by Nora Trompeter, University College London, who will present an overview of research on bullying and victimisation and how this impacts adolescent internalizing and externalizing problems.

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    Fostering Healthy Futures – An Evidence-Based Mentoring Programme to Promote Healthy Outcomes for Care-Experienced Youth

    Free webinar open to all led by Professor Heather Taussig. Heather will present emerging research which suggests that mentoring programs which use skills-based and goal-focused approaches produce substantially larger impacts on specific youth outcomes.

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    Words Matter: Childhood Verbal Abuse

    Childhood verbal abuse is characterised by adults verbally threatening the child, it can be as damaging to a child’s development as other subtypes of maltreatment such as childhood physical and sexual abuse. Register for this FREE webinar, open to all, led by Professor Shanta R. Dube, Jessica Bondy, and Fiona Pienaar.

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    Trauma Treatment by Beethoven and Beyoncé: Incorporating Music as a Tool for Engagement in Evidence-Based Treatments for Child Trauma

    This FREE webinar will be led by Assistant Professor Dr. Jessica Wozniak and Associate Professor Dr. Jessica L. Griffin, both University of Massachusetts Medical School, who will present a brief overview of research on music and neurobiology and health outcomes, including mental health.

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    Why we need to consider the world of young carers – A tribute to Jean Tomsett

    This event, organised by the ACAMH Wales Branch will focus on the role young carers play, and how to help them care for their mental health. It is being run for FREE as a tribute to our long serving Committee Chair, Jean Tompsett, who sadly passed away a while ago.

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  • Family at Reception in Psychotherapist.

    Mentalisation – Based Treatment for Families (MBT-F)

    This free webinar is open to all, and is organised by ACAMH’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Special Interest Group. This webinar will be led by Dr Eia Asen from the Anna Freud Clinic.

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    Communication and assessment apps for use with children and young people

    This free webinar is open to all, and is organised by ACAMH’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Special Interest Group. It will be led by Dr. David Glasgow of Child and Family Training.

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  • Pupils run to calm down their friend who is crying on the floor in the classroom.

    Stress and mental health presentations in secondary school-aged young people

    This free webinar is open to all, and is organised by ACAMH’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Special Interest Group.
    This webinar will be led by Dr. Ruth Blackburn and Sorcha Ní Chobhthaigh from UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health present research on mental health in secondary school-aged young people.

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    Interrelationships between parental mental health, intimate partner violence and child mental health – implications for practice

    This free webinar is open to all, and is organised by ACAMH’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Special Interest Group Monthly seminars. This webinar ‘Interrelationships between parental mental health, intimate partner violence and child mental health – implications for practice’ will be led by Prof. Gene Feder, Dr Shabeer Syed, and Dr Claire Powellon behalf of the NIHR Children and Families Policy Research Unit.

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    CAMH 2023 Lecture

    FREE event. CAMH journal 2023 Lecture is a free webinar featuring a series of lectures from leading researchers, academics and practitioners on key topics in the field of child and adolescent mental health. We are delighted to have a keynote lecture from Professor Sir Michael Marmot. The event will be hosted by the CAMH journal Editor in Chief Professor Bernadka Dubicka.

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