London, United Kingdom, November 20, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Capita’s Mental Health Support in Schools Conference has been specifically designed to help you create a framework which supports the mental wellbeing of students using an integrated services approach.
With the Government investing £1.4 billion in children and young people’s mental health, now is a crucial time to benefit from transferable knowledge on forming effective partnerships with Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). Do not miss the opportunity to learn about practical methods for implementing schemes and building student resilience. Bringing together education, health and third sector organisations, hear how peers are using a whole-school approach to deliver an effective mental health support structure.
Key topics covered include:
Evaluating CAMHS Schools Link Pilot and the impact it is having on providing valuable mental health care
Delivering a whole-school approach which builds students’ resilience and reduces stigma surrounding mental health
Exploring strategies of early identification, approaching complex cases and the role of parents and carers
Recognising the importance of involving parents and carers and how they can support schools’ mental health provision
Attend this conference to learn how to implement a best practice approach which supports the emotional wellbeing of students.
Contact: Veronika Blaskova on 020 7202 0571 or email@example.com
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