Research Messages Workshop
Explore the impacts of trauma, neglect and abuse on mental health, and understand the long-term impacts of previous harm on the adolescent brain.
Councillors’ and Trustees’ Seminar, 4 February 2016
Explore contemporary research relating to social capital and community capacity.
Our two-day Middle Leaders' Development Programme focuses on positive leadership behaviours to enable high quality frontline practice and to support and retain a skilled workforce.
Webinar, 15 December, 12-1pm
What are the recommendations for a multi-faceted approach to rehabilitation when working with vulnerable young women and their families during the court process?
Keynote: Zandrea Stewart & Helen Wheatley
This workshop focuses on practice with adolescents with multiple problems across many domains of life who may be classified as 'hard to reach' by conventional clinic-based services. The workshop explores the impacts of trauma, neglect and abuse on mental health, supports understanding of the long-term impacts of previous harm and includes a 'jargon-lite' account of the latest science on what is happening in the adolescent brain. The aim is to provide attendees with some practical and evidence-informed ideas on what to do, and build confidence to do this.
Aimed at: Frontline practitioners and team managers working with adolescents across services; looked after children teams; colleagues in youth offending and youth work teams; IRO services
13 November 2015
7 September 2015
6 July 2015
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