This talk will cover: the rise in popularity of ASMR including its widespread use for conditions such as insomnia and anxiety and the latest and emerging scientific knowledge on ASMR.
Delegates will learn how to decide which behaviours warrant further action and what those actions may be.
The session will explore most common reasons why it is hard to distinguish Bipolar Disorder from other mental health conditions. It will cover differences in presentation in teenagers and most common misdiagnosis (Major Depression, Borderline Personality Disorder, ADHD).
This workshop focuses on enhancing autism understanding through discussion of how autistic people experience the world around them.
This workshop will describe the risks for this group of women in the perinatal period, including the risk of postpartum psychosis and child safeguarding concerns.
This session will provide an overview of diagnosis and clinical management of the epilepsies, including classification, diagnostic tools, pharmacological and surgical treatment options, comorbidities, outcome prediction and contribution of new tools such as advanced neuroimaging and genetics.
We will explore the “them and us” mind-set which sometimes exists when working with this client group and how it can affect the professional relationship.
Carers looking after people experiencing BPSD show greater distress and depresison than caring for any other chronic condition or dementia without BPSD. Careful assessment and investigation into BPSD enables person centred care planning.
Delegates will build their confidence to understand what mental health in young people can look like, what to say to be supportive and show compassion, how to be of practical support, whilst also learning about how best to look after their own mental health and wellbeing in challenging times