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Supporting the Mental Health Needs of Children and Young People with ADHD

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Supporting the mental health needs of Children and Young People with ADHD

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By the end of the session, you will:• Feel confident in understanding the impact on brain development and functioning when ADHD is diagnosed;

• Understand how this can impact emotional regulation and mental health;

• Understand how this can impact developmental milestones;

• Feel confident in educating parents and carers to support attunement and expectations;

• Take away strategies to support Children and Young People to understand themselves.Summary:

This training day will allow participants to understand the differing presentation between boys and girls and eliminate the stigma attached to the diagnosis.

You’ll gain an understanding of how having ADHD can affect the developing brain in children and young people, and explore how this can affect emotional regulation and meeting age-related developmental milestones.

Through discussion and scenario-based work, our clinicians will help you feel confident to impart this knowledge to parents/carers in order to support attunment and build resilience. You’ll also take away practical strategies to support the children and young people in your setting to understand themselves and what this diagnosis might mean for them.

Who can access this training?

All Sheffield professionals working with children and young people are welcome to access our CAMHS training for free.

Please note: If you are a professional not working in Sheffield, we'd love to have you join us for our sessions! A fee of £100 per day will be charged once you have attended the course. This fee will be agreed for half days.

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