CPD Event title: Think Good Feel Good – CBT with children and adolescents
Brief Description Of Event: Up to 1 in 5 children will have experienced a mental health problem by the age of eighteen. Mental health problems during childhood significantly impair everyday functioning, academic achievement, peer and family relationships and, if left untreated, increase the risk of mental health problems in young adulthood. Fortunately, effective interventions are available with Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) proving successfull in the prevention and treatment of many emotional disorders during childhood.
Learning Objectives: • To provide an understanding of the basic CBT model
• To familiarise participants with the PRECISE process of undertaking CBT with children and young people
• To demonstrate a number of ways in which the core elements of CBT interventions can be suitably adapted and used with children (aged 7-18) in clinical and educational settings
Course Structure: Workshop
This workshop is suitable for those working with young people who have emotional health problems. This includes health professionals such as Clinical, Counselling and Educational Psychologists, Counsellors, Coaches, CBT practitioners, Therapists, Doctors, Nurses, Occupational Therapists, Psychiatrists, Psychotherapists, and Social Workers. Also Teachers and those working with young people in educational, social care or third sector settings.
Date of event: 18th November 2019
Duration of Event: 1 days
Venue for event: British Psychological Society, Tabernacle St, London EC2A 4UE
Name of trainer: Professor Paul Stallard
Email bookings: email@example.com
Cost of Course: £144 before 18.10.19 / £162 after 18.10.19
Cost for NCH members: £
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Additional information/requirements: Paul Stallard is Professor of Child and Family Mental Health at the University of Bath and Head of Psychological Therapies (CAMHS) for Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. He is a clinical psychologist with over 30 years of experience working clinically with children and young people. He has published over 150 research papers and is the author of “Think Good Feel Good: A cognitive behaviour therapy workbook for children and young people”. He is an active researcher and is investigating the effectiveness of school based CBT and how CBT can be supported and facilitated by the use of technology.