Events

Our vision isSharing best evidence, improving practice’ to this end we run a series of events throughout the year to work towards this. All events are centred around evidence-based research, and our speakers are some of the leading lights in the field. ACAMH is a charity, and we receive no government funding, nor do we ask for donations. We try to keep our costs as low as possible, and provide many events completely free.

ACAMH Members receive a discount to events, please considering joining and become part of the advancement of child and adolescent mental health.

All bookings all processed online, for those events where there is a charge you can pay by debit/credit card. If you are having difficulty signing up to an event do please email events@acamh.org or call +44 (0)20 7403 7458.

  • How to cope - book cover

    How to Cope When Your Child Can’t: How parents can help themselves and each other

    This free session uses the latest evidence-based research, and examples from parents to help us understand what we can and cannot do; to help us to accept any distress, worry, anxiety, sadness or loss of control in our situations; to see that we can tolerate these things; and to know that there are ways to move forward.

    Event type
    FREE live stream
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    Sleep – Pedagogy in practice

    This FREE online event is exclusively for teachers and school leaders, and offers insights into best practice in supporting children and adolescents to understand sleep and the importance of good quality sleep, building on the latest evidence base. 

    Event type
    Teacher Exclusive Event
    Location
    LIVE STREAM
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  • tic intervention

    Tics

    The aim of this full day, online event is to explore the assessment and management of Tic Disorders, covering both pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches to treatment.

    Event type
    Live Stream
    Location
    Online
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  • Hans Fredrik Sunde

    CAMHS around the Campfire journal club – ADHD deficit in school performance across sex and parental education

    FREE SESSION. For this session we are pleased to welcome Hans Fredrik Sunde, from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, to discuss his JCPP Advances paper ‘The ADHD deficit in school performance across sex and parental education: A prospective sibling-comparison register study of 344,152 Norwegian adolescents’.

    Event type
    CAMHS around the Campfire
    Location
    Online
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