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Certified Programme in Child and Adolescent Mental Health

15billion Training (formerly LECP)

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Introduction: The Training programme in Child and Adolescent Mental Health is outlined below. The training will build the learning outcomes through a course of six sessions. Each session will run from approximately 09.30am to 4.30pm and will comprise a combination of didactic teaching, small group work, work with live case material from participants and reflective practice. Participants will be provided with a handbook containing training materials for each session including a programme, short biography of the trainer, copies of presentations, additional handouts where appropriate and information about Young Minds. Participants will also be supplied with a Learning Journal. The journal is a tool that has been found very effective as an aid to reflective practice. Participants will be encouraged to keep entries in the journal throughout the period of the course to consolidate their learning, and these will be reviewed as part of the training sessions. Certification Participants who have attended at least five of the six sessions will receive a Young Minds Short Course Certificate in Child and Adolescent Mental Health. Programme Aim Course Content & Dates 13th January 2011 . Session One: Introduction to Young People's Mental Health -*Please note that attendance at this session or evidence of attendance at a similar session is a requirement for attending further sessions 17th February 2011 . Session Two: Adolescent Turmoil 17th March 2011 . Session Three: Attachment, Behaviour & Learning 14th April 2011 . Session Four: The Mental Health of Black and Minority Ethnic groups 12th May 2011 . Session Five: Trauma 16th June 2011 . Session Six: Deliberate Self Harm in Young People Overarching Themes Throughout the programme there will be a range of overarching themes: Working with difference Human rights Legislative framework Systemic thinking Evidence-based practice Practiced-based evidence Multi-agency working.

Introduction: The Training programme in Child and Adolescent Mental Health is outlined below. The training will build the learning outcomes through a course of six sessions. Each session will run from approximately 09.30am to 4.30pm and will comprise a combination of didactic teaching, small group work, work with live case material from participants and reflective practice. Participants will be...

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