This event will feature myriad speakers discussing mental health in relation to carers, children and young adults. There’ll be time for questions and a panel discussion in the afternoon. All attending will also receive a mental health handbook filled with exclusive articles, interviews and resources.
This event is aimed at the public, but like all NIPS seminars, students and professionals are more than welcome to attend and meet others studying and working within mental health.
COMPERE: Dr Rebecca Moore – perinatal psychiatrist and cofounder of Make Birth Better
SPEAKERS AND TOPICS:
James Hunt – raising non-verbal autistic boys – Stories About Autism
Kimberley Pena – the benefits of dance – dance movement psychotherapist
Fareeha Amber Sadiq – ADHD – child and family psychiatrist Dr Fareeha Amber Sadiq – Integrative Child and Family Psychiatrist
Maya Milani – PTSD, suicidal thoughts and creativity – Maya Milani
Emma Lazenby – perinatal mental health – CEO of Formedfilms
Andy Glynne – teenage mental health – managing director of Mosaic Films
Chris Mullen – inclusivity in schools – social care policy advisor – National Deaf Children’s Society
Julia Clements – principal educational psychologist – Place2Be, the leading national children’s mental health charity
Patrick Davey and Dr Anna Smith – NHS psychologists and authors of picture book, Cheeky Worries
If you work in London with children, young adults or within mental health then we’d like to include you either via a stall, as a sponsor, in our event handbook or in the audience. Please get in touch and be involved in this day of information, discussion and support. We’d especially like to hear from those working with LGBTQ+ and BAME communities within mental health. Email email@example.com for more information. Tickets will be released in May!
This event is in the Main Hall on the ground floor. For accessibility info: https://conwayhall.org.uk/about/visiting-us/