The CYPF is primarily made up of Clinical Psychologists who specialise in working with children, young people and their families, although other professions may join as Associate members.
Past events 2019
Children and Young People with Learning Disabilities Network CPD dayShow content
PBS & Intensive Support: practice, service models, evaluation & evolution - for & with children & young people with learning disabilities, their families, carers & networks.
- CYPLD Network Event 19.09.19 Agenda
- Presentation: Looking Forward Looking Back: Evolving and Implementing PBS for Children with Disabilities in the UK - Dr Nick Gore
- Presentation: From policy to new services - Jennifer McElwee
- Presentation: Challenging needs, challenging environments, behaviour that challenges - what can we and others do? The Hillingdon experience - Heather Armstrong
- Presentation: CYPS PBS Pathway and development of the CYPS Intensive Positive Behaviour Support Team: Dr Nicola Dodds – Principal Clinical Psychologist, Dionne Hollis – IPBS Pathway Manager, Dr Gill Legg – Consultant Clinical Psychologist
- Presentation: Ealing ITSBS - Preventing Residential Placements for Young People with Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviours: An update 10 years on, Dr Catherine Sholl, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Team Manager: Ealing CAMHS-LD/ITSBS, ESCA, Daniel Brennan, Assistant Psychologist, Ealing ITSBS, ESCAN
Ethical and Overstretched: Clinical Psychologists role in providing ethical and effective services within a context of limitedShow content
Ethical and Overstretched: Clinical Psychologist's role in providing ethical and effective services within a context of limited resources
Date & Time: 16 September 2019 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
To support CYPF Clinical Psychologists to apply clinical psychology skills to develop effective and ethical services that meet the needs of CYP in psychological distress, at a time when organisational circumstances that make this additionally challenging.
The format of the day will be a combination of presentations and workshop discussions.
DCP Annual Conference 2020 New Adventures in Clinical Psychology: Personal, Professional and Political PartnershipsShow content
DCP Annual Conference 2020: ‘New Adventures in Clinical Psychology: Personal, Professional and Political Partnerships’
Date: 22 - 23 January 2020
As we enter a new decade, the role of Clinical Psychologists is evolving as the profession aims to respond to and influence the challenges society faces. Within and outside the therapy room, Clinical Psychologists are working in increasingly diverse settings in order to confront issues of social justice, austerity and inequality. Whilst this will inevitably lead to challenges, it will also lead to new adventures. It will also force us to develop more effective partnerships, personally, professionally and politically, beyond our usual systems.
This year there will be a ‘Children, Young People and Families stream’ organised by the Faculty for Children, Young People and their Families (CYPF), which will be taking the place of a separate CYPF annual conference. We are welcoming submissions relating to New Adventures in Clinical Psychology relating specifically to children, young people and their families.