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Our internationally respected trainings and conferences team deliver practical and advanced training to allied mental health professionals.

We have also been hosting a range of UCL postgraduate programmes from certificate to doctoral level for over 20 years, attracting students from the UK and abroad who wish to advance their research and clinical understanding and skills.

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  • A new mentalization-based curriculum to support teachers and those working in educational settings

    Join us for this seminar about a new mentalisation-based curriculum for education professionals, developed by experts at the Anna Freud Centre and UCL.

    • 1.5 hours
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  • London Family Hubs Community of Practice Gathering

    This London family hubs community of practice gathering will bring together colleagues in London who are leading the development of family hubs or are interested in starting their journey to develop family hubs. It will be an opportunity to connect with others developing family hubs, and share challenges and learning.

    • 3 Hours
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  • London Family Hubs Development Community of Practice Gathering

    The London Family Hubs Development Community of Practice Gathering brings together colleagues in London who are leading the development of family hubs or are interested in starting their journey to develop family hubs. They provide an opportunity to: -find out more about the role of the National Centre for Family Hubs -hear about the family hubs development journey in Westminster -take a tour of a family hub -share learning with others working on family hub development in London We can accommodate a maximum of two representatives from each Local Authority. Please try to arrive 15 minutes early for a prompt start. There are multiple dates and times available.

    • 2.5 Hours
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  • Transformation Seminar: Dr Emma Lawrance - The Synergies of Transforming Society for a Safer Climate and Healthier Minds

    In this seminar, Dr Emma Lawrance explores the under-appreciated connections between climate change and mental health. Increasing awareness and experiences of climate change brings key questions: what are the ways children and young people, as well as parents, are responding emotionally and psychologically? What are the implications for a generation inheriting an existential threat? What are the impacts on mental health and what coping strategies are most protective? What does it mean to be mentally healthy in the face of a society requiring radical transformations? What do humans need to flourish and thrive? This seminar will consider the interdependencies between climate change, climate action and mental health, and encourage participants to use the power of imagination and active hope to work for a safer, healthier, fairer future.

    • Online – live via Zoom (Joining instructions will be sent to the email address you booked on with at least one working day before the event)
    • 13th July 2022
    • 1 hour 15 minutes
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  • AMBIT Gathering

    • Online – live via Zoom (Joining instructions will be sent to the email address you booked on with at least one working day before the event)
    • 14th July 2022
    • 60 minutes
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  • Free exam results webinar for parents and carers

    A free workshop for parents and carers on supporting the wellbeing of young people before and after exam results day.

    • Online - via Zoom (Joining instructions will be sent to the email address you booked on with at least one working day before the event)
    • 1st August 2022
    • 1 hour
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  • National Conference: Co-Producing Accessible and Inclusive Family Hubs

    Access is one of the key principles underpinning family hubs. The success of family hubs in improving outcomes for families and children hinges on their ability to reach those that could benefit from support but may not currently be receiving it. The second National Centre for Family Hubs conference will explore evidence from research, the experiences of families and young people, and best practice from local areas and what we can learn about developing accessible and inclusive family hubs. This will be considered in the context of the disproportionate impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on certain groups, particularly those experiencing social and economic disadvantage and exclusion.

    • Online – live via Zoom (Joining instructions will be sent to the email address you booked on with at least one working day before the event)
    • 8th September 2022
    • 6 hours
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