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Webinars

Recordings of past webinars and information about our upcoming webinars

Upcoming Webinars

Safeguarding training sessions over video call. These sessions are available to everyone, there is no need to book a place and they are free to attend.

Disclosures of Child Sexual Abuse: Understanding, Recognition & Response

Tuesday 29th September 2020, 10:00am - 11:00am

Presented by Dr Michelle Cutland, Clinical Director and Consultant Paediatrician. Michelle is also a Practice Improvement Advisor at The Centre of Expertise on Child Sexual Abuse. 

Click Here to access the Zoom Webinar on the day

Meeting ID:  965 3436 0166 
Passcode: 988396

Past Webinars

Formulating Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) within Domestic Violence and Abuse

A practical grasp of how PTSD affects the mind and how to work around it

Recorded on 20th August 2020. Presented by Kathryn Antrobus, Adult Mental Health Specialist.

It is thought that breaking down a mental health presentation into what is known as a formulation, can identify many useful tools and interventions which will vary depending on your role. PTSD can be particularly daunting. By learning how it functions and how it is maintained, it is hoped you will be better armed with more resources and more confidence with your supportive roles.

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100 Days of Solitude

The impact on adult mental health of the covid-19 crisis

Recorded on 10th September 2020. Presented by Adam Deuchars (AMHS, FIF, E/C & North).

Adam discusses the possible implications of the impact on adult mental health of the Covid-19 crisis. Looking at both short term and long term mental health affected by the above including our own and the individuals you might work with.

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The Role of the LADO

Managing Allegations 

Recorded on 17th September 2020. Presented by Nicola Laird, Bristol LADO.

Learning about the role and function of the LADO ensures that everyone takes the appropriate actions when a concern is raised about staff or volunteers. This session will provide a practical guide to what the LADO does, when they need to be invovled and why their role is so important in keeping children and young people safe. This is particularly useful for anyone who manages staff or volunteers.

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