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Divisional of Educational & Child Psychology One Day Event
Anxiety, Autism and Attachment
There has been a rapid growth in our understanding of autism and attachment and the overlap between the two over recent years. For practitioners there is a need to clarify and update knowledge particularly in how it relates to assessment and intervention. The conference would be to look at the interface between anxiety, autism and attachment difficulties. It would include a keynote talk on the basis of these in the brain. There is a plan for a second keynote talk on the presenting features of Autism v Attachment. Two additional talks would be from a young person with autism and a journalist who grew up in care and could reflect on attachment issues from a personal point of view. There would be time for workshops by practitioners related to the conference themes.
Full Conference programme available to download.
Heather Moran, Author of ‘The Coventry Grid’ Distinguishing between the behaviour patterns of ASD and significant attachment problems: The Coventry Grid
Paul Issacs - Autism, Anxiety and Mental Health
Dr Marian Perkins, Consultant Neuropsychiatrist
Hilary Kennedy, educational psychologist and co-editor of the recent book ‘Video Interaction Guidance’ (2011: Video interaction guidance and attachment
Dr Perkins, headteacher Woodeaton Manor School: Autism Friendly Schools
Call for submissions have now closed.
The conference is fully booked. Please email Nicola Heath to add your name to the waiting list.
Cost to attend
£60 DECP Members
£80 BPS Members
£95 All Others
Venue: Woodeaton Manor School, Oxfordshire, June 16th, 2012 9.00 – 4.30pm
Nicola Heath, Conference Organiser
Tel: +44 (0)116 252 9555