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IF YOU WORK WITH CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

 

INTERPERSONAL THERAPY FOR ADOLESCENT DEPRESSION (IPT)

Comprehensive online training in IPT

An 8 hour programme of videos, slides, handouts and a quiz to qualify for CPE / CPD points - this is an amazing resource for anyone who wants to learn about IPT, an evidence-based therapy for depression

UK TRAUMA COUNCIL

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This new (excellent) website includes extensive resources about the effects of childhood trauma on development.  In addition to videos, animations and written materials the site includes ongoing research, policy documents, and the opportunity to contribute to science and the debates about how to keep children safe.   Keep an eye on this site as it develops

ORYGEN

Webinars

Orygen is an Australian organisation that does research, training, education and offers clinical services to young people with mental health problems. These webinars cover a wide range of topics including trauma, anxiety, psychosis, neurodevelopment disorders and eating disorders.

MINDED

E-learning

MindEd is a very extensive collection of e-learning materials about mental health and development of children and young people.  Designed for many different professionals including counsellors, teachers, psychologists and sports coaches.  You can dip in and out or register and follow recommended pathways through the materials.  For clinicians working with children and adolescents there is online learning about the core principles of IAPT.   There is also a parallel site for parents and carers. UK based and sponsored by DoH and many professional organisations

EMERGING MINDS

Webinars

A series of webinars about children's well-being including current material about COVID-19 and related matters.   High quality content, and very well produced by a team at Oxford led by Professor Cathy Creswell.   Topics include sleep, social isolation, anxiety, autism and features Amy Orben, Maria Loades, Polly Waite, Shirley Reynolds, Jonathan Green and many more

UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

Webinars

Recent webinars on Child and Adolescent Mental health.  Include Mina Fazel on Narrative Exposure Therapy, Tom King on peer led school interventions for anxiety, Elizabeth Rapa & Louise Dalton on children with life threatening conditions.

USING OUTCOME MEASURES (CORC)

E-learning

CORC (Child Outcomes Learning Consortium) have developed this online programme about how to measure children's wellbeing.  On the same site https://www.corc.uk.net/resource-hub/training-videos-use-of-outcome-measures you can also find videos showing how to use Routine Outcome Measures in clinical work with children and young people.  The website includes many other resources including downloadable Routine Outcome Measures

WORKING IN SCHOOLS

Range of options

This link will take you to further recourses that are relevant to anyone delivering psychological therapies in schools

ADHD PROJECT

E-learning

Thirty minute introduction to ADHD developed by the University of Nottingham.  Factual, research based information

ANNA FREUD CENTRE FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

Manuals and therapy guides

Here you will find resources for therapists working mainly with children and young people. This includes the AMBIT manual. Based on mentalization this is a whole team approach for services who work with clients who have complex and multiple problems.  Also includes useful advice for clinicians working remotely with children and young people as well as materials for low intensity clinicians i.e. CWPs and EMHPs.

THE BRAIN STORY

University of Oxford and Alberta Family Wellness

This is an absolute knock out resource.   Separate pages for families and researchers - this link will take you to the page for Professionals and an extensive and free online course 'The Brain Story'. The Brain Story has several different types of resources to help professionals understand the science of how experiences shape our brains and the long-term implications for mental and physical health. The Story aims to articulate the intergenerational cycle of adversity within families and how we can use our scientific understanding to improve outcomes for children and adults in the future.

 

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