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CPLAAC National Study Day

13 January 2020 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
This event is open to BPS members and the general public. Registration is required. See Pricing Tab for more information.
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Registration deadline: 7 January 2020

Keynote speakers who are experts in their fields will give a unique perspective to help us understand and support those with care experience.

There will be time to hear from young people and workshops highlighting novel ways of working from fellow clinicians and members of the network.

Lastly, there will be plenty of opportunity to meet up, connect with and learn from others working with a similar population.

British Psychological Society
30 Tabernacle Street

Event Location: 
09:00 Registration
09:30 Event opens
09:45 Keynote 1: Professor Anna Gupta, Dept. of Social Work Royal Holloway; Social Model of Child Protection including poverty and co-production with families
10:45 Morning break
11:00 Keynote 2: Dr Shelia Redfern; Mentalisation based approaches, Head of Service, Specialist trauma and maltreatment at Anna Freud
12:00 Lunch (provided) and Networking
12:45 Keynote 3: Dr Kim Golding, Clinical Psychologist, Trainer, Author and Story Teller, Recent developments in DDP informed practice

Workshop 1: Family Futures LIFT Discussing their work on Neurodevelopmentally informed approach to intervention with maltreated children (TBC)

14:45 Afternoon break
15:00 Workshop 2: Dr Clare Holdaway, Chartered Consultation, Lead for the Attach Team; Discussing the work of the Attach Team in using an NVR informed approach.  Dr Marie Kershaw, Clinical Psychologist; Using Clinical Psychology to influence policy development in relation to adoption
16:00 Workshop 3: Young people accompanied by Helen Smith, Corporate Parenting Manager from Hillingdon; Engaging activities that help professionals understand and appreciate the perspectives of young people.  Dr Faiza Nasir, Clinical Lead and Clinical Psychologist, Dudley Lighthouse Links ; A reflection weaving inclusive practice and community psychology principles into a new service for children looked after and care leavers
16:45-17:00 Close and evaluation


This event is £25 to attend. This price includes VAT.

Registration information

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