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Children and Young People’s Mental Health: Taking Early Action

July 6 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

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“By 2020/21, there will be a significant expansion in access to high-quality mental health care for children and young people. At least 70,000 additional children and young people each year will receive evidence-based treatment – representing an increase in access to NHS-funded community services to meet the needs of at least 35% of those with diagnosable mental health conditions.” Implementing The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health (2016).

Children and Young People's Mental Health, December 2016One in 10 children suffers from depression, anxiety or another diagnosable mental health problem, and 75% of mental illness starts before the age of 18. Official figures from NHS Digital show admissions for under-18s self-harm have been increasing for five years in a row. Adding to it an estimated £105bn costs every year on mental ill health, prioritising children’s mental health is essential.

The Government’s Children and Young People’s Mental Health Taskforce launched Future in Mind in 2015, endorsed by NHS England’s own five-year plan for mental health. Extra funding of £250m each year until 2020 was designated to implement its core principles and to make a significant shift towards the prevention of ill health and the integration of services working with schools to strengthen resilience and improve support before health deteriorates.

However, according to The Commission on Children and Young People’s Mental Health’s final report, Time to Deliver, in the first year of the promised investment, only £143m was released instead of the £250m expected. Mental health providers have reported that the money failed to reach frontline services, with many still seeing cuts to their budgets. The Government for this new financial year has pledged to invest in child and adolescent mental health services with £140 million of NHS funding allocated to clinical commissioning groups. However, Royal College of Psychiatrists’ analysis says NHS bodies in some areas are spending little more than £2 per child despite surging demand on services.

Following the Future in Mind report, we know what an effective and modern children’s mental health service should look like, and we have a roadmap for how to get there. Now is everyone’s responsibility to deliver on it so that all young people receive the support they need to flourish and achieve their full potential.

Join us at Children and Young People’s Mental Health: Taking Early Action to hear practical advice and guidance that will help you to improve access and outcomes, reduce inequality and implement The Five Forward View principles across Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).

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By 2020/21 there will be significant expansion in access to high-quality mental health care for children and young people. NHS England’s Implementing The Five Year Forward View for Mental Health report sets a national target of at least 70,000 more children and young people benefiting from improved access to evidence-based treatment. To help meet the targets all local areas are required to have in place an expanded and refreshed Local Transformation Plans for children and young people’s mental health detailing how extra funds will be committed to support their ambitions across the whole local system.

Improving outcomes for children and young people will require a joint-agency approach, including action to intervene early and build resilience. NHS England has set out aims to work with partner organisations across health, education, youth justice, children’s services, the voluntary and independent sectors to consider how to deliver improvements in access to community based services. In delivering this expansion Clinical Commissioning Groups have been tasked to commission improved access to 24/7 crisis resolution and liaison mental health services which are appropriate for children and young people.

Further national programmes for vulnerable groups include: developing specialist services for children with complex needs in the justice system; developing a framework of integrated care for the secure estate; collaborative commissioning networks; testing integrated personal budgets for looked after children, care leavers and adopted children; and transforming care for those with a learning disability and/ or autism. NHS England has also announced plans to pump-prime funding during 2016/17 to test and evaluate models of crisis resolution for children and young people.

To reduce health inequalities, the Government has pledged to invest in child and adolescent mental health services, with £140 million of NHS funding allocated to clinical commissioning groups for 2017/18, with an additional £30 million for eating disorder services. However, The Commission on Children and Young People’s Mental Health’s final report, Time to Deliver, ensures that from the £250m funding agreed only £143m was released in the first year, and only £75m was distributed to CCGs. This could be the reason why local NHS areas are spending less than £10 a head on the mental health of children and young people in their communities as the recently launched Royal College of Psychiatrists’ report.

Children and Young People’s Mental Health: Taking Early Action will detail how objectives and targets set out in the Five Year Forward View can be made a reality. The agenda will focus on how mental health care for children and young people will be revolutionised by improving access to high quality care, promoting early interventions and driving greater collaborations across the care system and wider public sector.

Benefits of Attending                 View Programme

  • Gain insight into the priority recommendations of The Government’s Children and Young People’s Mental Health Taskforce 2015 report, ‘Future in Mind’.
  • Explore how to promote good mental wellbeing and resilience by supporting children and young people and their families to adopt and maintain behaviours that support good mental health.
  • Learn how to preventing mental health problems from arising by taking early action with children, young people and parents who may be at greater risk.
  • Be inspired by examples of best practice from leading schools that are having an important role to play in tackling children’s mental health issues.
  • The conference will bring together professionals from NHS, local authorities, voluntary and community services, schools and other local services to engage and learn from each other.
  • Explore a whole-system approach focused on prevention of mental ill health, early intervention and integration of services.
  • Learn how to overcome the barriers that are preventing children and young people receiving the excellent mental health care they need.
  • Take advantage of excellent networking and interactive training opportunities.
  • Gain the maximum number of 6 CPD points.

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Elysium Healthcare brings together a unique approach to the delivery of care where the patient is embedded in the heart of all aspects of hospital life.

Our aim is to set new standards in the delivery of specialist mental health care through our strategic network of hospitals which provide a complete pathway of care.

Our company brings together established hospitals and community services from across England and Wales that are among the best in the UK. Our clinical programmes are developed using evidenced based care which is founded in research.

Our inclusive way of working has the patient as a true partner in their care. This means that we work towards combined goals. Our close way of working improves motivation, maintains focus, and advances positive outcomes and the end goal of moving down the care pathway.

Ultimately we support patients to live as independently as possible.



HealiosLOGO300Founded in 2013, Healios is a leading digital healthcare technology company working to empower patients and families affected by mental and physical illnesses. Healios is pioneering how family intervention and behavioural change techniques are delivered beyond treatment team walls, to maximise patient and family outcomes. By blending the best of technology, specialised expertise and a personal human connection, we help patients and families develop a new level of understanding and sustain healthier habits over time.
Our mission is to transform how care is delivered to help patients, families and carers effectively move forward and achieve their goals, providing a better quality of life.




XenZone_logoXenZone was founded in 2001 to make it easy and safe for all generations to access the best mental health and emotional well-being services as and when they need them.

We use technology to remove the barriers hindering children, young people and adults from seeking mental health support. Technology helps to increase access and removes the stigma associated with reaching out for help. We work closely with the NHS, CCGs, local authorities and other health and social well-being organisations to deliver an innovative approach to mental health delivery.

We are pioneers of online counselling and emotional well-being support. In 2004, we founded Kooth, the first online counselling and therapy service for children and young people in the UK. Following on from Kooth’s success we launched our online counselling and well-being platform for adults, Qwell.



Triple P

TPI_COLOUR_JPEG[1]The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program® is one of the world’s most effective parenting programmes. It gives parents skills to raise confident, healthy children, build stronger family relationships, manage misbehaviour and prevent problems.

With responsibilities for the dissemination of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program® across the UK and Europe, Matt Buttery is a passionate advocate of parenting as a public health issue, and using evidence-based practice to help families and communities develop strong, healthy relationships and resilience.





IMosphere – Living and Breathing Healthcare Information 

We’re a team of engaged people based in Nottingham, dedicated to developing solutions to meet the challenges and support the needs of the health and social care sector. One of our key focuses is Children and Young People’s Mental Health. Our solutions are used by thousands of health and social care practitioners across the UK and Ireland. Our aim is to support high quality person-centred care whilst complying with government initiatives, including Self Directed Support, Person Centred Care, the Care Act 2014, and the Children and Families Act 2014.



The Brazelton Centre UK

The Brazelton Centre UK is a charity whose primary goals are to promote an understanding of baby behaviour and development and to foster strong infant-parent relationships during the first 3 months of life.

We run courses for practitioners to learn about baby behaviour in order to support parents, using worldwide recognised tools developed by Dr. Brazelton and colleagues:

  • Newborn Behavioural Observations (NBO)
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The NBAS and NBO are recommended in the Healthy Child Programme 2009 and the National Health Visiting Service Specification 2014/15, 2015/16, NHS England.

Research has shown that mothers feel more confident and fathers become more involved in their baby’s care using the Brazelton approach.




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Care in Mind

Care in Mind offers specialist mental health  residential care supported living placements to young people and young adults. The service came into being in response to the lack of suitable placements for those leaving inpatient and secure care settings, who required a higher level of mental health support on discharge than their families or more generic placements could offer.  We have developed an innovative service model and a reputation for high standards of care.  We have built a solid record of success in supporting young people to manage risky behaviours in the community and avoid re-admission, engaging them in meaningful therapeutic programmes that lead to lasting change, and helping them to build independent lives for the future.  We have done this by providing an intensive 24/7 clinical service staffed by psychiatrists, psychologists and nurses who are expert in working with young people with high levels of complexity and risk, their families and the residential teams caring for them.



Cygnet Health Care

Cygnet Health Care has been providing a national network of high quality specialist mental health services for almost 30 years. We provide a wide range of specialist mental health environments including secure, psychiatric intensive care units, acute, CAMHS, mental health and deafness, eating disorder and locked rehabilitation services.

Cygnet operates 21 centres with more than 1,000 beds and we are recognised as a specialist provider by the NHS across England and Wales. Our mission is simple: ‘To provide superior quality healthcare that  service users recommend to family & friends; clinicians prefer for those in their care; purchasers select for their clients; and employees are proud of.’





Sarah Brennan, Chief Executive, YoungMinds

Sarah Brennan 7Sarah Brennan joined YoungMinds, the leading national charity promoting emotional well- being and mental health for children and young people, as Chief Executive in 2008. Passionate about young people, Sarah now has many years’ experience championing their causes. At YoungMinds she has promoted the voice of young people and parents in improving services, advises government and ministers about the mental health needs of children, young people and their families and is a member of the Childrens’ Health Outcomes Forum, the CYP Mental Health Taskforce, co-chairs the vulnerable young people’s group, and is chair of the London and SE Collaborative for Children and Young People’s Increased Access to Psychological Therapies. With a background in developing and running services for homeless young people, young offenders, and vulnerable young women she is constantly inspired by young people’s bravery, abilities and humour in the face of adversity.



Dr Jacqueline Cornish OBE FRCP(Lond) Hon FRCPCH DSc(Hon), National Clinical Director Children, Young People and Transition to Adulthood, Medical Directorate, NHS England

warmerADr Jacqueline Cornish was appointed to the post of National Clinical Director Children, Young People and Transition to Adulthood in NHS England in April 2013. She is passionate about continuously striving for improved healthcare outcomes in children and young people, giving them and their families the best experience and delivering care safely to the highest possible standard. She believes that the strong synergy between clinicians, dedicated managers and commissioners leads to the best result for patients and is a hallmark of high performing organisations and services.

Dr Cornish has been a practicing clinician, having only recently stepped down as Director of Paediatric Stem Cell Transplant at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, and also had over 20 years’ experience of medical management in the NHS, having been Head of Division of Women’s and Children’s Services at University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust for 10 years, before taking up the national post.

With this clinical and managerial background, she continues with the help of a small team to contribute towards making a real impact on the improvement of health and wellbeing outcomes in Children and Young People in England. She believes strongly in parity, for CYP overall but importantly bringing mental health on a par with physical health in fully integrated pathways. She hopes to secure robust transition to adult services though multiagency partnership working for all young people with chronic and long term mental and physical health conditions.



Rt Hon Norman Lamb MP, Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for North Norfolk & Former Minister of State for Care and Support at the Department of Health


Norman Lamb has been the Liberal Democrat MP for North Norfolk since 2001. After serving as a minister in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, he was appointed Minister of State for Care and Support at the Department of Health in September 2012 and served in this position until the end of the Coalition Government in May 2015. As Health Minister, Norman worked to reform the care system and led the drive to integrate health and social care, with a greater focus on preventing ill health. He also challenged the NHS to ensure that mental health was treated with the same priority as physical health, including the introduction of access and waiting standards in mental health for the first time. He is now the Liberal Democrat Health spokesperson.




Paul Burstow, Chair, Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust and former Minister for Mental Health

Paul Burstow large portraitPaul Burstow served for two and a half years as a Minister of State for Care Services in the Department of Health during the Coalition Government, where he had an extensive brief including mental health, care for the elderly, adult social care, cancer, diabetes and learning disability programmes.

He was also responsible for reforming social care law, drafting the government’s mental health strategy, creating the children and young people’s IAPT programme, and funding the anti-stigma campaign Time to Change.

He was appointed to Her Majesty’s Privy Council in 2012.  After 18 years Paul left Parliament at the 2015 General Election.

Outside of parliament Paul has chaired a number of independent commissions, one on mental health with the think-tank CentreForum, another on the Future of Residential Care with the think-tank Demos and with the LGIU on home care which reported in December 2014.  He also co-chaired a task and finish group with the Charity Sane on mental illness and employment.

His passion for mental health also found a new outlet when he was appointed Chair of the Board and Council of the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust in 2015.  Some of the work of the Trust was featured recently in a major TV documentary series, Kids on the Edge.

Paul was appointed as a part-time Professor of Mental Health Policy at the University of Birmingham in 2016 where he is leading a commission on closing the mental health treatment gap examining the evidence for mental health promotion and illness prevention.

Paul is an independent member of NHS England’s Mental Health Five Year Forward View Advisory and Oversight Groupis co-chair of the Mental Health and Smoking Partnership established by ASH to promote smoke free policies.



Dr Kerstin Barnicott, Academic Perinatal Psychologist, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

K Barnicot photoKirsten Barnicot is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Mental Health, with a background in academic psychology and social psychiatry.  Her area of special interest is the prevention and treatment of inter-generationally transmitted psychopathology, with a particular focus on personality disorder and on psychological interventions in the perinatal period. She held an NIHR Doctoral Research Fellowship during her PhD research at Queen Mary University of London, which focused on treatment processes in dialectical behaviour therapy for personality disorder. Currently she holds an NIHR Postdoctoral Research Fellowship evaluating the interplay between post-traumatic stress disorder and personality disorder, and the implications of this comorbidity for psychological treatment. Additionally, she is working on the ACORN trial of a psychological intervention for antenatal anxiety, in the course of which she is evaluating the impact of maternal antenatal anxiety on child development, stress responsivity and epigenetics. Further work in development includes an evaluation of a video feedback parent-infant intervention for parents with personality disorder.





Dr Maddalena MIELE, Consultant in Perinatal Psychiatry, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Maddalena MIELEDr Miele established the Perinatal Mental Health service at St Mary’s Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust,  in 2009 in partnership with the St Mary’s maternity unit. She has a clinical background in Obstetrics and Gynaecology and completed a PhD in neuroscience at the department of Physiology at Oxford University. She trained in General Adult Psychiatry at the Maudsley, Bethlem and St Mary’s Hospitals; she has an endorsement in Liaison Psychiatry and formal training in infant mental health (Care Index and Parent Infant Interaction Observation Scale). She is a member of the Perinatal Faculty Executive and the Perinatal Quality Network Advisory Group of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and the College representative for the Maternal Mental Health Alliance. Dr Miele has been heavily involved in perinatal mental health service development and chaired the the North  West London division of the London Perinatal Mental Health Network for NHS England from 2013 to 2016. She co-authored the London Perinatal Mental Health Care Pathways endorsed by the Mental Health Strategic Clinical Network and is the creative director of the animation movie “ Building Better Perinatal Mental Health services” available on the Perinatal mental health webpage (http://www.londonscn.nhs.uk/networks/mental-health-dementia-neuroscience/mental-health/perinatal-mental-health/). In December 2016 she was appointed Clinical Lead of the Perinatal Mental Health Service for CNWL -FT.


Dr Sophie Nesbitt and Dr Lucia Giombini, Clinical Psychologist, Rhodes Wood Hospital, Inpatient Service for Children and Adolescent with Eating Disorders, Elysium Healthcare

Sophie Nesbitt and Lucia Giombini are both Clinical Psychologists working at Rhodes Wood Hospital, Inpatient Service for Children and Adolescent with Eating Disorders, Elysium Healthcare.

They have both worked extensively with young people with eating disorders using various different treatment approaches such as cognitive behaviour therapy and motivational enhancement therapy.

Most recently they have introduced the delivery of cognitive remediation therapy in the service, a therapy focusing on the process of thoughts rather than the content. They are currently working in collaboration with Kings College, Institute of Psychiatry on the development of the evidence supporting the effectiveness of this approach.

Recent Publications

Giombini, L., Moynihan, J., Turco, M., Nesbitt, S. (2016). Evaluation of individual cognitive remediation therapy (CRT) for the treatment of young people with anorexia nervosa.    Eating and Weight Disorders – Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity, DOI 10.1007/s40519-016-0322-4.

Giombini, L., Turton, R., Turco, M., Nesbitt, S., Lask, B. (2016). The use of Cognitive Remediation Therapy on a child adolescent eating disorder unit: Patients and Therapist Perspectives. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 1–13.

Giombini, L., Nesbitt, S., Finazzi, E., Waples, L., Abigail, E., Tchanturia, K. (2017). Young people’s experience of individual Cognitive Remediation Therapy (CRT) in an inpatient eating disorder service: a qualitative study. Eating and Weight Disorders – Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity.


Professor Dame Sue Bailey DBE FRCPsych, Chair,  Academy of Medical Royal Colleges & Chair, Children & Young People’s Mental Health Coalition

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Sue Bailey is a Professor of Mental Health Policy in North West of England.

Non-Executive Director for UHSM – University Hospitals South Manchester


Interests include development of needs and risk assessment measures for use with young offenders with mental illness and development of community and secure inpatient treatment for young offenders both nationally and internationally.


As a past President of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, she worked with health and social care professionals, patients and carers to help bring about Parity of Esteem between mental and physical health which is now enshrined in Primary Legislation in England.

Current Roles: Senior Clinical Advisor for Mental Health and Learning Disability for Health Education England. Chair, Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.

Made an OBE in 2002 for services to Mental Health and young offenders and in 2013 made a DBE for services to Psychiatry and for voluntary service to People with Mental Health Conditions.


Current Chair of UEMS CAP Section, elected member of EPA Council, secretary of EFCAP and member of programmes meeting of the WPA.


Matt Buttery, Chief Executive Officer, Triple P UK

mattThe Triple P – Positive Parenting Program® is one of the world’s most effective parenting programmes. Comprising more than 20 different individual inventions, Triple P provides a flexible, integrated and dose-appropriate approach that gives parents skills to raise confident, healthy children, build stronger family relationships, manage misbehaviour and prevent problems.

With responsibilities for the dissemination of the Triple P – Positive Parenting Program® across the UK and Europe, Matt Buttery is a passionate advocate of parenting as a public health issue, and using evidence-based practice to help families and communities develop strong, healthy relationships and resilience.

Matt has held various senior roles in the voluntary, statutory and private sectors. He has influenced and implemented health and social care policy across government and held senior positions in charities and in the governance of non-departmental arm’s length bodies.

Matt has four children and fostered for over 10 years.


Sir Albert Aynsley-Green Kt., Professor of Advocacy for Children and Childhood, Nottingham Trent University, Professor Emeritus of Child Health, University College London; Founder, Aynsley-Green Consulting & former first Children’s Commissioner for England and Champion of Children and Families 

Sir Al Aynsley-Green was University Lecturer and Fellow of Green College, Oxford, then Professor of Child Health and Head of the School of Clinical Medical Sciences, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Professor and Director of Clinical Research at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, the first National Clinical Director for Children in Government, and then first Children’s Commissioner for England, 2005-10. He was President, the British Medical Association for 2015-16

He is now Professor of Advocacy for Children and Childhood, Nottingham Trent University and Professor Emeritus of Child Health at University College London. He founded Aynsley-Green consulting, working with organisations world wide on children’s services and childhood

He was knighted for his services to children and young people in 2006 and has received numerous national and international markers of esteem.



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