This session is aimed at a universal audience and looks at how sexuality can influence mental health. It will help you to provide information and guidance on problems that may arise.
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This session is aimed at a universal audience and focuses on identifying and responding to sexualised behaviour in children and young people.
This session addresses the impact of having a long-term condition and disability on sexuality and health risk behaviours during adolescence.
This session is aimed at a specialist audience: trainee and practising counsellors. It provides definitions for some key presenting issues that young people and young adults may experience, as well as a discussion about how counsellors might recognise severe psychological distress in their clients and how they might respond.
This session is aimed at more experienced/specialist users and considers the implications of the Francis Report for the design of services, and reviews examples of different approaches to service redesign and the implications of service redesign thinking for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services.
This session is aimed at more experienced/specialist users and explores the key elements of 'service improvement'. The use of process mapping as a solution-focused approach to improvements in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services is described. Some collaborative strategies for service user participation in agreeing 'shared purpose' and setting goals for service improvement are described.
This session is aimed at a universal audience and provides the background to self harm, common associated conditions and the optimal approach to managing it in the community.
This session describes four evidence-based talking therapies used for treating mental health problems in young people in a range of settings. It also briefly covers current guidance on the management of specific conditions and makes reference to pharmacological interventions when appropriate.
This session is aimed at a specialist audience: trainee and practising counsellors. It looks at the importance of self-awareness in counselling children and young people, and how this might inform and shape the development and maintenance of a sound therapeutic relationship.
This session is aimed at a universal audience and outlines common symptoms and behaviours in young people which may indicate the presence of an underlying mental health problem and provides pointers to their management.