Faculty of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 2010 Annual Meeting
The issues reflected at the Faculty of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry 2010 Annual Meeting – alienation, persecution, disenfranchisement, subjugation of dissent – are a reminder of the issues of development 'from infancy to whatever!'.
The meeting explored the intertwining biopsychosocial influences on that development through keynote addresses, workshops, themed symposia, papers and poster sessions.
Videos of the keynote sessions are available below:
Developmental Trauma [51 min]
►Presentation material [PDF; 10.7 MB]
Social Risk and Response [42 min]
►Presentation material [PDF; 1 MB]
How Attachment Theory Has Informed Psychotherapy [46 min]
►Presentation material [PDF; 5.3 MB]
Cultivating Healthy Young Minds – mirrors, memories and mindfulness in work with parents and infants [35 min]
►Presentation material [PDF; 11.8 MB]
"PACE" Playfulness, Acceptance, Curiosity, Empathy: A Therapeutic Approach [34 min]
Julian Katz Oration [49 min]