This session is aimed at a universal audience and looks at the relevant systems in relation to child mental health and why it is important for these systems to work coherently.
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This session is aimed at a universal audience will help practitioners work with children and young people who are angry, very distressed and resisting contact. It will also explore how to work with parents and families where strong emotion is overwhelming.
The session is aimed at a specialist audience: trainee and practising counsellors.
This session is aimed at more experienced users and will help you to work with different organisations, including schools, social care, etc. This has been written for clinicians working within a UK context.
This session is aimed at a universal audience and covers the work that counsellors do in a range of settings with children, young people, and young adults.
This session is aimed at a specialist audience: trainee and practising counsellors. It introduces key concepts about assessment and considers how assessment can be effectively communicated with children and young people.
This session is aimed at more experienced users and describes the underlying theoretical basis, common features and formats of parenting programmes. It also explores some of the barriers to participation and strategies to increase the accessibility of parenting programmes.
Children and adolescents may present with mental health difficulties in a wide variety of ways that differ according to their age and developmental stages. This session is aimed at a universal audience and will describe the broad presentations that tend to be seen and give a broad view of some of the influences that bring about these difficulties.
Doctors who have qualified outside of the UK form a vital part of the NHS workforce. But having qualified in a different country and culture and perhaps (although not inevitably) in a different language, difficulties can be encountered when a prior medical training is transposed to the UK healthcare setting. This e-learning module aims to help supervisors provide effective support to doctors who qualified outside of the UK.
This module has been designed to support Practice Nurses to meet the requirements of the NMC’s Revalidation process. It provides links to other relevant e-modules which will help you develop a clear understanding of the requirements. It also has a number of case studies demonstrating how you can meet Revalidation requirements. In addition, it has a number of links to the NMC website.