UPCOMING CONFERENCES 2019
Sat 15 June 2019 (10am-5pm). Cost: £183 (discount for IATE students and current members: £91.50)
WHAT CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT LIFE IN ORDER TO LIVE IT WELL (Mental Health Programmes in Schools and Psycho-education)
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Sat 6 July 2019 (10am-5pm). Cost: £183 (discount for IATE students and current members: £91.50)
ANGRY ABOUT EVERYTHING: HOW TO CONNECT WITH THE VULNERABLE YOUNG PERSON UNDERNEATH
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DISCOUNTS FOR CURRENT IATE STUDENTS AND PAYING MEMBERS
Conferences - £91.50, training days - £82.50
Bookings for all events at The Centre for Child Mental Health Events:
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Telephone: 020 7354 2913
Children and the Law - Cutting Edge affordable CPD for anyone working with children. Cost: £10 on the door.
Giving Data Due Respect – Making accessible to therapists the implications of the General Data Protection Ruling (GDPR) with Catherine Knibbs Friday 29th June 2018 – 5.30 - 8pm
IATE, 2- 18, Britannia Row, Islington, N1 8PA
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Catherine will discuss what is data protection, how do I ensure I respect my clients and their data, what constitutes as data when working with a child, whose data is it and what do I do if there has been a data breach?
Catherine is an author, published and leading clinical PhD researcher in the UK/Europe around the topic of cybertrauma. She is a blogger, vlogger and podcaster. She writes for the largest UK e-safety companies, including a national newsletter #DITTO that goes directly into schools, she presents at National and International conferences including NSPCC, Marie Collins, ACTIO (Leading online counselling organisation), Confer and other leading Psychotherapy Organisations around Cybertrauma. She has been on Therapist Uncensored, Shrink Rap Radio and The Trauma Therapist podcasts in the US (alongside names such as Dan Siegel, Ester Perel and Louis Cozolino). She is BACP (Accred) and UKCP MSc Child & Adult Psychotherapist. She’s also a mum to two adolescent/adult boys, runs a trauma practice & private practice. She is currently writing a second book for parents and professionals to understand Cybertrauma.
The IATE Member talk; GDPR with Mary Rose Brady will be on Wednesday the 11th of July 10am to 1pm.
With the imminent changes in data protection laws, there are certain to be implications for the psychotherapy industry. We will be running a talk and discussion with Mary Rose Brady, the Director of Operations and Lead for Children and Young People’s Mental Health for the British Association of Art Therapists. This will focus on the changes in data protection regulation and how these will affect our industry.
MARY ROSE BRADY is an Artist, Art Psychotherapist, Specialist Parenting Practitioner and Educator with over 25 years’ experience of working with children, young people and families in the UK and internationally. Currently, she is the Deputy CEO, Director of Operations and Lead Advisor for Children and Young People’s mental health for the British Association of Art Therapists where she developed BAAT’s first Accredited Course in Working with Children in Art Therapy.