Webinar

  • teen boy gaming

    Pleasures and pitfalls of technology

    In this event, organised by the Devon and Cornwall Branch we will hear from a selection of speakers and explore how technology can be beneficial for young people’s mental health and how issues with technology could be mitigated.

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    Webinar
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  • daughter and dad playing

    Understanding and supporting children looked after and adopted children

    It is recognised that the children looked after population is often on clinical caseloads, yet there appears to be little discussion around both the impact of their early life experiences on their neuropsychology, and the practical aspects of working with this specific population due to this. This webinar will focus on the mental health of children looked after and adopted children.

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    Webinar
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  • Prof Tony attwood

    Autism; Bullying and teasing – Prof. Tony Attwood Special

    Some autistic individuals, as children and teenagers, have been told that they are bullied because they are ‘weird’, and if they stopped being ‘weird’ they wouldn’t be bullied. The presentation will dispel that myth. Someone on the autistic spectrum should never have to mask or camouflage their behaviour. There will be a focus on the power of the peer group to stop an autistic person being bullied, teased, humiliated or rejected. The intention is to change the behaviour of those who engage in bullying and teasing.

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    Webinar
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  • child slumped at door refusing school

    I hate Mondays! – Why children and young people don’t go to school, and how to support them

    BOOKINGS CLOSED. Organised by the ACAMH Scotland Branch this session will look at the complex factors contributing to pupils’ non-attendance at school.

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    Talk with Q&A
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  • teenager experiencing psychosis

    Psychosis; Schizophrenia, Hearing Voices, and the Language of ‘Madness’

    This webinar brings together current research, looks at understanding of the concept of psychosis, assessing and managing it, along with exploring the appropriateness of using diagnostic labels and the impact of language in mental healthcare.

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    Webinar
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    LIVE STREAM
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  • Southern March 23

    Service Innovation in CAMHS – What IS the work of the Duty Clinician in a Specialist CAMHS Team?

    Organised by the ACAMH Southern Branch, in the first part of this session Alex Christie will talk on ‘What IS the work of the Duty Clinician in a Specialist CAMHS Team?’ The second part of the session will be an interactive open forum discussion with delegates. It is a chance to learn, network and explore important topics with CAMHS colleagues.

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    Webinar
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    Online
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  • Myth busting autism

    Myth Busting: Autism – children and adolescents

    To celebrate Autism Awareness Week we are putting on this FREE webinar, to look at the evidence-base, focus on the facts, and bust some myths when it comes to Autism. Join our hosts Dr. Ann Ozsivadjian, and Dr. Marianna Murin, both specialists in the field of Autism, plus we’ll also have a live discussion to answer your questions.

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    Webinar
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    Online
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  • International Women's Day

    Breaking the Bias: Celebrating Women in CAMH

    This International Women’s Day, ACAMH is proud to present a FREE event celebrating women’s achievements in CAMH, and exploring how gender bias affects CAMH professionals. A panel, chaired by Professor Bernadka Dubicka, will explore the challenges women have faced in the CAMH profession, examine how gender bias affects CAMH professionals, and celebrate women’s achievements. Panel; Dr. Gordana Milavić, Professor Francesca Happé, Professor Kathy Sylva OBE, Dr. Rhonda Boyd, Dr. Praveetha Patalay, Dr. Yasmin Ahmadzadeh, Bethany Cliffe, Clara Faria, and Gloria Cheung.

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  • Ecological Crisis Mental health There's No planet B

    Climate Change Impacting Mental Health – live from Australia & UK

    Professor Dr. Bernadka Dubicka, Professor Ann Sanson, researchers, clinicians, and young people’s lived experience, will discuss the evidence-base research on the impact climate change is having on mental health. Australia 8pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time. UK 9am.

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    Webinar
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    Online
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  • Cundill Centre Online Tool for the Treatment of Youth Depression

    Launch of the Cundill Centre Online Tool for the Treatment of Youth Depression

    The Cundill Centre for Child and Youth Depression at The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is proud to launch its free, interactive online tool that summarises best practices for supporting youth as they manage their depression.

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    Webinar
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    Online
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