This session is aimed at more experienced users and considers how successful organisational change can be achieved, the use of problem-solving techniques to achieve change, and the different roles of those involved in the change process.
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This session is aimed at more experienced users and introduces the principles of evidence-based practice with children, young people and families.
This session is aimed at more experienced/specialist users and focuses on parental factors that impact on the parent-child relationship. The concept of attachment is explored, along with attunement and parental sensitivity (the way in which parents respond to the cues of their infants). The session explores some of the factors that may prevent a parent from responding sensitively to their infants and the implications of this for the child.
This session is aimed at more experienced users and is designed to help practitioners understand the priorities used to facilitate change and drive young people’s participation in Children and Young People's Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (CYP IAPT).
This session is aimed at a universal audience. This session is aimed at a universal audience. The law around providing treatment for mental health problems can be complicated, especially when it comes to children and young people. It is vital that professionals providing care and treatment to children and young people are aware of who is agreeing to them delivering that care. It could be the young person themselves, their parents or the law can be used.
This session is aimed at a universal audience and describes the reasons why children and young people may struggle to interact with their peers and offers guidance as to how best to support them.
This session is an introduction to professional, legal and ethical issues concerning young people and their health.
This session is aimed at a universal audience and explores the principle of children and young people as experts on their own lives. It looks at the benefits of and barriers to active participation and how to apply and support participation in practice.
This session addresses the experience of having a long-term condition and disability during adolescence.