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NICE Severe Mental Illness: Prescribing and Monitoring Antipsycotics

Tue, 2017-07-11 13:56 -- fatima.almeda

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This e-learning tool is aimed at healthcare professionals involved in the care of children, young people and adults with psychosis, schizophrenia or bipolar disorder.


Severe Psychological Distress in Young Adults (MindEd)

Wed, 2015-10-21 13:04 -- fatima.almeda

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.

Creative Methods in Action: Client Study (MindEd)

Fri, 2015-07-24 15:15 -- fatima.almeda

This session is aimed at a specialist audience: trainee and practising counsellors. It illustrates how creative methods can be used in therapeutic work, through the presentation of an extended case study by an experienced child-centred therapist. The session introduces the key elements of creative practice, and is aimed at increasing confidence in drawing on creative methods and resources in counselling children and young people.

Adult Safeguarding (SCIE)

Tue, 2013-02-05 12:36 -- fatima.almeda

Adult safeguarding is about looking out for the people around us and protecting them from harm. Anyone can find themselves in a difficult situation where there is a possibility that they might be harmed, but when the situation involves someone who needs extra support – known as ‘an adult at risk’ – the situation becomes critical. The resource explores the following questions: •What is ‘adult safeguarding’ and how does it affect each and every one of us? •How do I recognise the signs and symptoms of abuse? •What can I do if I suspect that someone is being harmed?

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