Understanding and talking about mental health diagnosis in children from 3 to 11 years
Completing “Understanding and talking about mental health diagnosis in children from 3-11 years” will contribute 4 hours and 30 minutes of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited PD in the priority area of Student/child Mental Health addressing standard descriptors 4.1.2, 7.3.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.
Date: Friday, 31 March 2023
Time: 9:30am to 2:30pm AEDT
Location: Online webinar, attendees will receive their access details the week of the webinar
Speaker: Heather Irvine-Rundle, senior clinical psychologist and director of The READ Clinic
Ticket price: $200 per person (including GST)
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Mental health diagnosis in children between the ages of 3 to 11 years are increasing. Diagnosing young children with mental health disorders is an area with many critics and controversies.
Many teachers, educators and support staff are often left wondering:
- What are the risk factors and warning signs of poor mental health in children?
- How can I build an effective and informed team of colleagues and other professionals that support a child, who has received a diagnosis within our educational setting?
- What are the possible causes and contributors to a particular diagnosis?
- What does this diagnosis really mean?
This NESA accredited online workshop will open discussion on high prevalence disorders that children between 3 to 11 years are being diagnosed with and the impact of these disorders on the wellbeing of children.
This will include:
- disruptive defiant disorders
- mood disorders
- other disorders.
It is often behaviours observed by teachers in the classroom that start the journey to diagnosis and intervention for children. Your commitment and that of your educational organisation play an important role in creating a secure and informed support team, that are focused on successful interventions and outcomes for children receiving a mental health diagnosis.
Who is this professional learning on mental health suitable for?
This online workshop is suitable for teachers, educators and support workers who are seeking to improve their skills and confidence to work with children who have or will receive a mental health diagnosis.
During this online workshop, you will have the opportunity to ask questions and seek clarification about any misconceptions.
This includes a better understanding of the diagnosis, interventions and support required for improved outcomes in your educational facility.
About the speaker
Senior clinical psychologist, Conjoint Professor of Practice, School of Psychology at the University of Newcastle and director of The READ Clinic
Heather is a senior clinical psychologist and the director of The Read Clinic, which is one of the largest psychology practises in Australia. As well as practising in Australia, Heather has also spent three years in the UK working with some of the most deprived families in Liverpool and London. She also led a service providing advice and consultations on mental health to all the schools in the South London area.
As well as practicing for over two decades Heather has also found time to become a published author with her latest book Hello Baby. Heather speaks regularly on local ABC radio, has appeared on a number of television shows including 60 Minutes, and writes regular articles for print and digital media.
In 2019, Heather was appointed as Conjoint Professor of Practice in the School of Psychology at the University of Newcastle, NSW.
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