Mental Health Support in Education Settings

This webinar overviews the Policy, Practice and Impact of the Education Mental Health Professional role.

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Pupils and students

Supporting returning pupils and students’ mental wellbeing

The Department for Education, in collaboration with NHS England and Public Health England, hosted this free webinar for school and college staff on 9 July on how to support returning pupils and students mental wellbeing. You will hear from experts on the impacts of the pandemic on children and young people’s mental wellbeing and recovery techniques, and from education leaders about the actions they have been taking.

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Remote working series

Does remote therapy work and for whom?

Discussing the evidence for remote working, by Prof Peter Fonagy and Prof Catherine Gallop. 

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Remote clinical working – Trauma and PTSD 

This recording is from the National Children and Young People’s Mental Health online workshop on Trauma and PTSD that took place on Wednesday 8th July 2020.

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An overview of working remotely with Anxiety and Depression for children and young people. 

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Supporting the wider workforce adapt clinical interventions to remote delivery

NHS England, The University of Exeter and colleagues from across theCYP mental health workforce in England give guidance on adapting practice for remote working.  The recording is in 2 parts and part 1 includes an introduction from NHSE CYP senior clinical advisor, Peter Fonagy  followed by an overview of the evidence base for remote working.  Part 2 follows with examples of good practice from the BPS, Royal College of Psychiatrists, Helios, Young Minds and ending with an example from  ‘Rollercoaster’ on how parents can partner with digital delivery. 

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