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Presentations Relating to Family & Young People

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16:00
  1. Albert Suite
    90 mins

    Eating disorders are serious illnesses in young people, with profound consequences for physical, social and emotional development affecting the whole family.

  2. Westminster Suite
    90 mins
    Nothing can ever prepare a mother for the loss of her daughter, not to mention when it is played out in front of millions of people around the world. But for Janis Winehouse, Amy’s tragic passing insp ...
09:30
  1. York Suite
    60 mins
    There is a high incidence of addiction and other mental health disorders amongst adoptees, with a disproportionate number presenting for treatment and recovery programs. As early separation is a relational trauma it manifests later in life as problems in relationships. The impact of trauma on functioning is both physical and psychological. 
  2. Albert Suite
    60 mins

    Presentation #1: Bridging the knowledge of the treatment industry and Therapeutic Community.

10:45
  1. Albert Suite
    60 mins
    Presentation #2: Methods and tools for integrating the Therapeutic Community Treatment Programme models into the larger community for prevention, early recognition, treatment, and a continuum of care.
12:00
  1. York Suite
    60 mins
    Parenting and relationship expert Mandy Saligari will join Zoe Blaskey, founder of Motherkind in a live podcast discussion. In exploring their shared love for helping parents to face their own past and pain, they will discuss why parental self-esteem plays a primordial role in the early prevention of addiction
  2. Albert Suite
    60 mins

    Presentation #3 Workshop: Developing a collaborative plan for working with youth, families and their communities: Goals, tasks and actions

18:00
  1. York Suite
    90 mins

    Trauma begets trauma and addiction begets addiction; and each tend to beget the other.

09:30
  1. Victoria Suite
    60 mins
    This presentation will focus on how to best engage adolescent males and young men who suffer from primary substance abuse diagnosis and co-occurring issues within a therapeutic context. 
10:45
  1. Lancaster Suite
    60 mins

    In this talk Dr Jon Goldin will discuss his experience of working with the media, illustrate this with examples, and offer advice and guidance for those who might undertake this kind of work.

12:00
  1. Lancaster Suite
    60 mins
    Recommended for both professionals and individuals, this presentation will explore how our digitally-based devices and behaviours have and will perpetually continue to affect, effect, and alter our lives, lifestyles, and careers.
  2. Westminster Suite
    60 mins
    The term peer pressure usually conjures an image of a bully teasing someone until they do something, they know is wrong, but positive peer pressure can also be an effective weapon is the arsenal of drug prevention programs.  Every teacher knows that the natural leaders in a classroom, sport or club can make or break the activity, and for those that don’t trust their own instincts or experience, there is a plethora of research that shows that peer pressure can positively or negatively impact teenagers’ behaviour.  
14:00
  1. York Suite
    90 mins
    Research in neurobiology has made clear that our emotions are experienced and processed by the body as well as the mind and that healing from the kind of trauma that living with addiction engenders requires a mind/body approach. Psychodrama and sociometry allow the body to participate in the therapeutic milieu.
16:00
  1. Albert Suite
    90 mins
    Data on global health burden demonstrate that young men have a markedly distinct health risk profile. Adolescent and young adult men do poorly on indicators of mental health which is evidenced by elevated rates of suicide, conduct disorder, substance use, and interpersonal violence relative to their female peers. 
  2. Victoria Suite
    90 mins
    Childhood sexual abuse (CSA) has seemed at the forefront of many news items recently and increasingly out there in the public domain. The statistics quoted in the UK are 1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men are survivors, higher in other countries such as the USA. Indeed, most of our addiction clients tend to present with underlying trauma, many as a result of CSA. So as clinicians and treatment providers how do we deal with this epidemic in terms of numbers and the resultant increased disclosures and presentations?

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