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Mental Health of Children and Young People Webinar - Prevention and Early Intervention

Maudsley Learning

Thursday, 18 September 2014 from 11:00 to 12:00 (BST)

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“By promoting good mental health and intervening early, particularly in the crucial childhood and teenage years, we can help to prevent mental illness from developing and mitigate its effects when it does” - Department of Health 

Early intervention and prevention makes sense, both morally and economically. Intervening as early as possible can help to prevent those early indicators of problems occurring or escalating (Better Mental Health Outcomes for Children and Young People- Resource Directory)

There is an emerging body of evidence of the effectiveness of interventions to improve children’s and young people’s mental health. Getting the right help at the right time is key, but what might the ‘right’ help look like, exactly how early can we intervene and whose responsibility is it to help? 

This webinar brings together 3 examples of approaches to early intervention. Using a case study to focus panel discussion, the webinar addresses ways in which we can all contribute during the school age, to building mentally resilient children and young people through a well-informed support system and timely interventions from experts.

Learning outcomes:

  • To improve understanding of what we mean by early intervention, and when to intervene and the impact this can have on building resilience and promoting mental health
  • To raise awareness of triggers and signs that a young person is in need of additional support, in relation to their mental health 
  • To highlight ways in which young people, families, schools and specialist services can work in partnership to promote young people’s mental health
  • To demonstrate evidence based approaches, practical tools and specific methods to early intervention
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Maudsley Learning

We are a new, dynamic and forward facing social enterprise with the strategic vision to support and provide world class and accessible learning in mental health and wellbeing. We are a Community Interest Company and our sole shareholder and landlord is the Maudsley Charity.

We facilitate and originate learning projects where the outcome is the enhancement of mental health knowledge, skills, awareness and wellbeing.

As well as supporting other groups and organisations with their own learning, Maudsley Learning develop our own learning events delivered face to face at the ORTUS and virtually through Maudsley Learning Online. These could be anything from short courses and masterclasses to e-learning modules and conferences.

Working collaboratively with our clinical and academic partners at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM), Kings College London (KCL) and the Institute of Psychiatry (IoP), Maudsley Learning creates innovative, forward thinking, relevant and informative learning events for a broad audience. Our audience includes those from clinical and corporate environments, as well as service users, patients and carers, young people, students, the police, the judiciary, charities etc.

To learn more about Maudsley Learning Events please visit this page.

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