Children and Young People's Mental Health Summit 2021
Online conference: 1st March 2021, 2.30-6.00 & 2nd March 2021, 9.30-1.00
How to take part:
Monday, 1st March 2021, 2.30pm-6.00pm & Tuesday, 2nd March 2021, 9.30am-1.00pm

Registration includes live access to all of the sessions listed below. You will also have access to the recordings on-demand, which you can view in your own time for up to three months after the live event.

Conference programme: http://www.mental-health-conference.com/programme

To watch live:
This page is where you will watch the sessions live and watch the on-demand recordings.

1) Click the 'enter now' button that will appear on the relevant session tile below up to 15 minutes before the indicated start time.

2) You may be prompted to enter your email address which is the address used to register.

3) Click this guide for more information on how to connect to these sessions including some technical tips
http://www.mental-health-conference.com/Guide

4) For the best attendee experience please join on Google Chrome or Firefox

To watch the on-demand recordings and to access handouts:
1) Please click on the relevant tile 24h after the live time. The video player will be at the top of the page.
2) For handouts click the handout icon in the bottom right of the video player (this will only show if there were handouts shared).
Sessions in this Online Conference
  • Day 1 | 1st March | 2.30-3.10pm
    What have we learnt during the pandemic? Looking back, Looking forward
    Speakers: Clare Stafford & Sir Norman Lamb
  • Day 1 | 1st March | 3.30-4.00pm
    Supporting outcomes for pupils, schools & families through trauma responsive practice
    Speaker: Stuart Guest
  • Day 1 | 1st March | 4.00-4.30pm
    Understanding and responding to self-harm risk in children and young people
    Speakers: Ian MacDonald
  • Day 1 | 1st March | 4.50-5.20pm
    Addressing the wellbeing needs of staff, parents and carers
    Speaker: Gemma Fieldsend
  • Day 1 | 1st March | 5.20-6.00pm
    Lack of cultural competency as a barrier to accessing appropriate interventions
    Speaker: Ben Lindsay
  • Day 2 | 2nd March | 9.30am-10.10am
    A mental health system that works for all: Coordinating children’s mental health support
    Speakers: Natalie Perera, Charlotte Hill
  • Day 2 | 2nd March | 10.30-11.00am
    Parent-Infant Psychotherapy during COVID-19. Emotional well-being of under 5's
    Speaker: Claudia De Campos
  • Day 2 | 2nd March | 11.00-11.30am
    Mental Health from a care-experienced perspective
    Speaker: Judith Denton
  • Day 2 | 2nd March | 11.50am-12.20pm
    Understanding child neurodevelopment and mental health
    Speaker: Tony France
  • Day 2 | 12.20-1.00pm
    Digital Technologies as a distorted Mirror of Reality
    Speaker: Dr Peter Buzzi
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