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When families cannot access your service easily, it is beneficial to deliver a group intervention remotely. It has been exciting to hear about agencies that are working with families remotely…Find out more »
RESCHEDULED: Professor Rory O’Connor – When it is Darkest: Understanding Suicide Risk. Online event.
Suicide and self-harm are major public health concerns with complex aetiologies which encompass a multifaceted array of risk and protective factors. There is growing recognition that we need to move…Find out more »
1 day workshop presented by Dr Ruth Baer. MBCT is a family of evidence-based skills training programmes that combine mindfulness meditation practices with cognitive-behavioural exercises to reduce distress and increase…Find out more »
Professor Shirley Reynolds – Do More that Matters: Brief Behavioural Activation for Depressed Adolescents. Hosted at the University of Reading.
Behavioural activation (BA) is an effective treatment for depression in adults and can be adapted as a low-intensity treatment for depression in adolescents, providing an alternative to current evidence-based psychological…Find out more »
Professor Jacqui Rodgers – Advancing understanding, identification and interventions for mental health conditions experienced by autistic children and adults. Hosted at the University of Reading.
This is a 1 day workshop presented by Professor Jacqui Rodgers that will take place at University of Reading. Autism is characterised by lifelong, persistent difficulties with social communication and…Find out more »
Chloë Volz and Dr Stuart Brownings – Assessing and treating OCD in children and young people: Hosted at the University of Reading
1 day workshop presented by Chloë Volz and Dr Stuart Brownings. OCD is a debilitating condition affecting approximately 1%–2% of young people. The disorder is characterised by the presence of…Find out more »
Professor David Clarke – Cognitive Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorders in Adults and Adolescents- Hosted at the University of Reading
1 day workshop presented by Professor David Clarke. Social Anxiety Disorder is common and remarkably persistent in the absence of treatment. It typically starts in childhood or adolescence and frequently…Find out more »
Cognitive Therapy for PTSD (CT-PTSD) has been shown to be highly effective and acceptable to patients. NICE guidelines (2018) recommend CT-PTSD as first line treatment for PTSD. This online workshop…Find out more »
Emotional mental imagery is a powerful part of our mental landscape. Given its capacity to depict, process, and generate emotional events, mental imagery can have an important role in psychological…Find out more »
Professor Colin Espie – Sleep problems and how to address them in everyday clinical practice. Online event
This workshop will explain the central importance, across the lifespan, of sleep and circadian regulation to our functional health and wellbeing. Particular reference will be made to central role sleep…Find out more »
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