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Improving Mental Health Support for Asylum Seekers and Refugees 2020

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 We are pleased to announce the Seventh Annual Conference  to focus on improving Mental Health Support for Asylum Seekers and Refugees.

This conference will enable you to:

 

  • Network with colleagues who are working to improve mental health support for refugees and asylum seekers
  • Reflect on the lived experience of a refugee to this country 
  • Understand the national context
  • Understand the vulnerabilities that lead to mental health issues in refugees and ayslum seekers
  • Examine how to set up holistic services that meet the mental health needs of refugees and asylum seekers
  • Learn from the experiences of the Red Cross and Doctors of the World in delivering Multitiered and comprehensive MHPSS Systems & Psychological First Aid
  • Improve your skills in working with asylum seekers and refugees who have experienced trauma
  • Develop strategies for providing peer and community support
  • Understand the role of specialist interventions such as trauma focused CBT
  • Working with victims of human trafficking 
  • Improve practice in building resilience and improving care of unaccompanied young people seeking asylum
  • Self assess and reflect on your own practice
  • Gain CPD accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidence
Location London
Category Talking Therapies
Details of Event
Start date 04 May 2020
Venue Address West One De Vere Conference Centre, London
Cost
Amount £438
About
Organiser Healthcare Conferences UK
Website https://www.healthcareconferencesuk.co.uk/conferences-masterclasses/improving-mental-health-support-for-asylum-seekers-and-refugees
Contact No. 01932 429933
Email info@hc-uk.org.uk
Keywords Conference, Counselling, Psychology, Psychotherapy
Regions Greater London

 

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