The Transformation Seminars are a series of free seminars open to the public. This ground-breaking series brings together some of the most eminent thinkers in child and family mental health in the world. Chaired by Professor Peter Fonagy, Chief Executive of The Anna Freud Centre, these multidisciplinary talks cover a wide variety of subjects, such as social prescribing; belonging and our sense of place; and how neurocognitive and genetic research can improve our understanding of environmental risk. We want a new conversation about mental health, and we’d like you to be part of it. Come and join us and help us take the discussion on mental health into new territory. 

You can find our recorded Transformation Seminars on our video wall below and on our Soundcloud Transformation Seminars playlist. To keep informed of upcoming events as they're released, please join the free Anna Freud Learning Network.

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  • Social justice, health equity and Covid-19

    In the first of our second series of Transformation Seminars, Sir Michael Marmot discusses why reducing health inequalities is a matter of social justice. This event took place on 15 December 2020.

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