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  • What are the barriers to mindfulness for Tourette’s?

    We know that mindfulness and meditation can be of great benefit to people but it is a challenge for those with movement disorders such as Tourette Syndrome.

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  • Understanding and working with Tourette Syndrome

    About the Evening Do you work with young people with tics or Tourette Syndrome (TS) in schools, community or health settings? This Twilight evening will focus on key aspects of the assessment and management of TS, including updates on recent research. We will provide an overview of TS and evidence-based treatment approaches, as well as […]

    Event type
    Twilight Meeting
    Location
    London
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  • The challenge: Getting research interventions into community where they are needed

    This article is a summary of the paper published in JCPP – Hybrid implementation model of community‐partnered early intervention for toddlers with autism: a randomized trial.

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  • What is an intellectual disability?

    This alphabetical framework is designed as an aide memoire for the identification of an ID (in children, young people or adults). It will help you identify available information sources and gaps in knowledge about an individual’s ability. It will guide you in decision making regarding a likely diagnosis and help you generate a needs based plan.

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  • Journal cover

    CAMH Editorial: Volume 23, Issue 2, May 2018

    “Changes in the field: banning p‐values (or not), transparency, and the opportunities of a renewed discussion on rigorous (quantitative) research” by Thees F. Spreckelsen

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  • Gender Identity Development – An Introduction

    This all-day conference is equivalent to 5 CPD learning hours and is aimed at professionals working in mental health or pastoral roles/teams who are supporting gender diverse young people. The day will provide attendees with an overview of the presentation of gender identity issues in adolescents along with possible treatment pathways. It will also give […]

    Event type
    Day Conference
    Location
    Leeds
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  • Do clinicians and service users share responsibility when making decisions?

    The essential elements of shared decision making and what this can look like for CAMHS.

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  • Conduct Disorder Conference

    Conduct Disorder is diagnosed in childhood and/or adolescence, it presents itself through a recurring and continuing pattern of behaviours in which the basic rights of others are abused. Often Conduct Disorder behaviours are referred to as ‘antisocial behaviours’.

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  • Conduct Disorder

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    Current members will need to be registered as a website user and log in, our guide to this simple process can be accessed here.

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  • In Conversation

    In Conversation… Professor Stephen Scott

    Professor Stephen Scott joins ACAMH in this podcast to discuss his journey from paediatrics to child and adolescent psychiatry, the importance of evidence-based research and what he wants to see in the future for the field of child and adolescent mental health.

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