Child and Adolescent Mental Health Training and Education
The University of Salford School of Health and Society has a long and proud history of providing excellent, multi-professional, evidence and research-informed, practice-based, young person and family focused training and education in the field of child and adolescent mental health. Our offers include a range of flexible delivery options to suit all needs, and a bespoke design service to meet specific workforce requirements.
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OneCPD, Salford’s Continued Professional Development regularly runs early years and youth mental health conferences. These are ideal for updating knowledge, networking and keeping abreast of the latest policy, practice and research developments in the field.
Cognitive behavioural interventions with children and young people
This 12 week course will build your knowledge and skills in evidence based interventions for children and young people experiencing a range of mental health difficulties and disorders and for working with their families and carers.
Contact Celeste Foster at email@example.com or 0161 295 2780.
Counselling and Psychotherapy for children
This 12 week course will support qualified counsellors and psychotherapists in developing a critical understanding of the developmental requirements of providing therapeutic work for children. Also understand the nature and the impact of issues relating to social justice on the emotional well-being of children and young people and their access to and use of counselling or psychotherapy.
Contact Helen Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0161 295 0720.
Counselling for children
Aimed at practitioners seeking to develop advanced knowledge and skills in psychological and therapeutic work with children, young people and their families and to meet the regulatory bodies (e.g. BACP) guidelines for providing psychological therapy and counselling for children.
CBT for children and young people
This module will provide you with rigorous theoretical and evidence based introduction to using Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy with children and young people experiencing mental health difficulties or disorder.
It will enable you to further develop cognitive behaviour therapy knowledge and skills for the practical application of working with children, young people and their parents or carers.