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Sometimes It Hurts

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Lifecentral Church

Little Cornbow

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Phase Trust proudly presents 'Sometimes It Hurts' - A full day conference
 on Child and Adolescent
 mental health and
 emotional wellbeing.

About this Event

Sometimes It Hurts aims to equip you in your context to support children and young people with their emotional well-being and mental health. The day itself contains several seminar streams delivered by front line professionals, complimented by important keynote topics that are relevant to all settings.

Keynote Speakers
:

  • Hannah Sinnet (CEO, Cherished)
  • Erin Docherty (Senior Lead Nurse, CAMHS)
  • Jayne Sargeant (Phase Trust Manager)

Seminar Streams Delivered by specialists including:


  • Anna Walsh (CEO, CHADD)
  • Sarah Davis (Mental Health Youth Practitioner, CAMHS)
  • Rohesia Darkin (Occupational Therapist, CAMHS)

  • Jonathan Allen (Deputy Manager, Phase Trust)
  • Hannah Hughes (Outreach Worker, Phase Trust)

Seminars include:

The Power of Neglect:

Neglect is the most common form of abuse and yet probably the least talked about. This overview will provide an understanding of what neglect is, the impact of neglect on a child's development and the ways in which we can best help. This seminar will equip you to feel confident in exploring a sensitive issue with a powerful impact.

Self-Harm and Suicide

Have you ever felt completely out of your depth when a young person has disclosed they are harming them self? What would your response be if a pupil told you they no longer wanted to live? This seminar aims to equip and build your confidence in supporting young people at these times and will give practical strategies and professional advice to ensure they access the right help at the right time.

Family Faultlines

This seminar aims to build on our keynote, exploring the impact of domestic abuse on children and young people. From pathways, to prevention, with a focus on recovery, this seminar will increase you confidence and knowledge in this vital area.

First Response

How can youth workers, teachers, family support workers and other adults support the mental health of children and young people without being an expert? What can you bring to your setting that makes a difference long term to a child's emotional development? Join us as we discuss the role of unsung hero's in supporting our children and young people all year round.

The Teenage Brain

Did you know your brain doesn’t fully develop until you are 25! Often teenagers present with bizarre behaviours and questionable choices which may relate to science and not stubbornness! Come and learn some of the neuro-physiology behind the scenes of the Teenage Brain. With strategies, top tips and plenty humour, leave equipped to support them on their journey to young adulthood.

The A-Z of CAMHS

There has been a 26% increase of referrals into CAMHS over the past five years. What has caused this? What happens at a CAMHS appointment? Why are the waiting lists so long? How do I become a CAMHS worker? Join us to peak behind the doors of CAMHS as we myth-bust and speak truth about the service that supports our children and young people when they need it most.

Generation Zanxious

We are living in a generation where it's hard to escape from the constant buzz of social media, school place gossip and increasingly violence on the streets. Our children and young people worry more now than ever before and the impact of anxiety can be substantial. This seminar will support you to understand the science behind the symptoms and allow you to offer practical help and support to children and young people in your care.

*** Please note you will be asked to select your seminar choices at ticket checkout***

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