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19/04/2011 - Submitted by: Hohenstein Rena

About the conference This one day conference will look at child mental health; the role and provision of talking therapies and other evidence-based services within schools and communities, and the impact of a child’s family and school environment on their mental health. Key themes to be explored will include school-based mental health initiatives; dealing with stigma; working across services; improving transition from child to adult services; defining, measuring and delivering outcomes; and how to achieve return on investment. Aims of the conference

  • Consider an ecological, whole person approach to dealing with mental health problems with children and young people
  • Explore the impact of parental mental health issues on children and vice-versa
  • Identify and showcase good practice in joined up delivery at a community/school level
  • Discuss opportunities for training and knowledge sharing around mental health service provision in schools
  • Understand the new role of the local authority in service provision – opportunities, risks and room for improvement
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