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Live Video Webinar

Children's Mental Health essential update– the impact of COVID-19, trauma and uncertainty

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Peter Fonagy
45 Minutes
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Everything you need to know now to help children thrive through the pandemic (even if you’re feeling anxious and afraid).

The long months of uncertainty, virtual classrooms, and lack of normal routines are bound to have a long-term impact on our children’s mental health. Parents, teachers, and care providers everywhere are wondering what we can do to help them regulate and succeed … now and into the future. 

That’s why we’re inviting UKCP registered psychotherapist Peter Fonagy, OBE, FBA, FAcSS, FMedSci, one of the key thought leaders in the world on the mental health of children and young people, to join us for this exclusive free event. 

Join us on 4 Feb at 5pm GMT and get first-hand access to the latest, up-to-date research on the impact this crisis is having on our children’s mental health… 

… as well as what steps you can take to help them feel safe and find hopefulness in this unsettling environment.  

This is a special message just for Children’s Mental Health Week, with questions asked by PESI UK Director and clinician, Tracy Jarvis.  

Plus, as part of this exclusive call, you’ll have the opportunity to pose your questions to Peter Fonagy directly.  

This is a free event you don’t want to miss and includes unlimited access to the recording!  
But seats are limited.  

Can’t attend live? No problem!  

Sign up for free access to the recording. 


CPD This live program is worth 1 hours CPD.


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Professor Fonagy is one of the key international figures in the evaluation of mental health interventions. He holds Chairs at UCL, Harvard, Yale and Baylor, and is a NIHR Senior Investigator. In the 1990’s, he co-led the NHS Review of Psychotherapies, evaluating all outcomes data which provided the basis for the radical policy change, Improved Access to evidence-based Psychological Therapies (IAPT), now an important part of the NHS mandate. The report ‘What Works for Whom’ has over 3,000 scholarly citations. Since 2010, he has led the Children and Young People’s Programme for IAPT and achieved a doubling of the Government’s financial commitment to this service transformation programme for CAMHS services to be restructured using evidence based, patient centred therapies. He is a key figure in developing NHS mental health strategy through NICE guidance and chaired the Depression in Children and Young People GDG and co-ordinated the prevention section of guidelines for Antisocial Personality Disorder and Conduct Disorder. He led the development of National Occupational Standards for Psychological Therapies and Chaired the Advisory Group leading to the introduction of routine outcomes assessment in mental health services (HoNOS). He served on several UK Government panels and on the Academic Advisory Board of the Presidential Commission on Violence Prevention, chaired panels at NIMH and the German Research Foundation, and was a UK representative on the Expert Psychological Panel of the European Science Foundation EIRH Programme. He is PI or co-PI on evaluation research programmes in excess of £15M, is Programme Director on the UCLP mental health programme and is leading the largest Clinical Psychology Department and training scheme in the UK, with 150 doctoral students.

Target Audience

  • Counselors
  • Social Workers
  • Marriage and Family Therapists
  • Psychologists
  • Psychotherapists
  • Therapists
  • Addiction Counselors
  • Case Managers
  • Nurses



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