Wrapping up day 2 and the conference itself is Dr Peter Buzzi, Director of the Centre for Safeguarding and Digital Practice and Research, who is going to explore the world of digital safeguarding.
Dr Buzzi will look at the impact of social media and digital technologies on trust and relationships and children's social identities. He will explore the role of social media and digital technologies in social hierarchies and why these digital technologies have become integral to young people's identity and relationships. Finally he will discuss digital technologies as a "distorted" mirror of reality and its impact and implications for young people's mental health and well-being.
9.30am | PANEL DISCUSSION - A mental health system that works for all: Coordinating children’s mental health support
10.10am | Virtual exhibition and networking break
10.30am | EARLY YEARS - Parent-Infant Psychotherapy during COVID-19. Supporting the mental health and emotional well-being of under 5’s - Michela Biseo
11.30am | Virtual exhibition and networking break
11.50am | SEND - Trying to make a giant dance: children’s neurodevelopment and understand how this is mirrored in their learning, behaviour and mental health - Tony France
12.20pm | ONLINE SAFEGUARDING - Digital Technologies as a distorted Mirror of Reality: The impact of digital technologies on young people's identity, mental health and well-being - Dr Peter Buzzi
Director of Research and Management Centre and Research and Project Lead for The PCFSW National Research and Practice Improvement Project
Dr. Peter Buzzi (@DrPeterBuzzi) is the director of RMCC and the “Centre for Safeguarding and Relational and Digital Practice and Well-being”. He has led multiple largescale public and private sector research and transformation projects in UK and...