We end day 1 with an important session from Ben Lindsay, CEO of Power the Fight.
Power The Fight recently published a report on the lack of cultural competency in therapeutic service provision for young people, families and communities affected by violence. Ben will explore the findings and recommendations of the Therapeutic Interventions for Peace (TIP) report, discussing the importance of cultural competency and co-design in service provision.
2.30pm | OVERVIEW - What have we learnt during the Covid-19 pandemic? Looking back, Looking forward - Clare Stafford and Sir Norman Lamb
3.10pm | Virtual exhibition and networking break
3.30pm | SCHOOLS - Supporting outcomes for pupils, schools and families through trauma responsive practice - Stuart Guest
4.00pm | SELF-HARM - Understanding and responding to self-harm risk in children and young people - Ian MacDonald
4.30pm | Virtual exhibition and networking break
4.50pm | STAFF AND PARENTAL WELLBEING - Addressing the wellbeing needs of staff, parents and carers during the pandemic - Gemma Fieldsend
5.20pm | RACE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE - Lack of cultural competency as a barrier to accessing appropriate therapeutic interventions - Ben Lindsay
Ben is the founder of Power The Fight, a charity launched in January 2019 to train and empower communities to end youth violence. In 2020 Power The Fight launched the report 'Therapeutic Intervention for Peace: Culturally Competent Responses to...