Yorkshire - Past Events
Phoebe Caldwell DSc is an Intensive Interaction Practitioner working with people whose severe Learning Disabilities are linked with behavioural distress, many of whom are on the Autistic Spectrum.
The workshop will cover mindfulness, mindfulness-based interventions and the evidence base; it will include a number of mindfulness practices.
Four group-delivered behaviour management interventions and a group-delivered sleep management intervention currently being delivered in England will be presented by the intervention authors.
This Master Class aims to provide up to date knowledge and skills in new ways of delivering Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) using 7 free-access worksheets you and those you work with can easily download.
This focused event concentrates on therapeutic working with children and adolescents with intellectual disabilities. The programme draws together the academic, research and practical aspects to present a comprehensive picture of the key issues.
This focused event concentrates on the functional aspects of forensic mental health issues facing staff and clinicians working in a generic child and adolescent mental health service or youth offending team.
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The ACAMH Yorkshire Branch invite you to attend this day conference on the subject of bipolar disorders in children and young people, with the emphasis on the presentations, treatments and outcomes in the UK with particular reference to
Professor David Cottrell will talk about how evidence based practice has, justifiably, become a very important way of thinking about how we provide services for children and young people with mental health problems.
This workshop will outline the methods of diagnostic assessment, with particular attention to issues of current debate in the conceptualisation and identification of ADHD.
ACAMH’s Master Class series cover specific child and adolescent mental health disorders with a focus on eviden