Child and Youth Mental Health: Why we should be worried about anxiety and what we can do about it
6:00pm - 8:00pm AEST 11 February
This webinar will provide a background overview of clinically significant anxiety in children and young people (prevalence, comorbidity, impact etc) as well as major aetiological theories and treatment outcome research before focusing on practical, applied treatment strategies for practitioners working with anxious youth and their parents. Strategies discussed will be illustrated with video examples.
This webinar counts as 2 hours of Category A CPD (Continuing Professional Development).
You must attend 75% of a webinar in order to receive a CPD certificate.
Presenter: Professor Vanessa Cobham
Vanessa holds research and clinical appointments at the University of Queensland and Children’s Health Queensland respectively. Her research focuses on anxiety and post traumatic mental health problems in youth. Dr. Cobham is the lead author of Fear-Less Triple P – a suite of interventions (including a recently launched online version) for parents of anxious youth. She has led numerous youth mental health responses following Australian disasters; and provided consultation to government and training to clinicians both nationally and internationally. Most recently, Dr. Cobham has served on the Expert Advisory Group for the National Children’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Strategy.
PACFA Members $35(incl. GST)
Student Members $25 (incl. GST)
Non-Members $50 (incl. GST)
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