CORC Forum 2023 - Tuesday 21 November
Bringing together members and colleagues from the research, mental health and education sector, our annual CORC Forum features inspirational speakers, exciting topics and discussions and is the ideal event to expand your knowledge of mental health and wellbeing outcomes for children and young people.
We are pleased to confirm the date for our popular annual CORC Forum event this year is Tuesday 21st November 2023 (09:30 to 13:00). Please reserve your space and mark in your calendar so you don’t miss this.
[Bookings are able to be made now, but please note there will be website maintenance taking place from 27 September to 6 October, so please make your online booking outside of these dates]
Members and colleagues are invited to join us at this flagship annual event. Attendance is free to CORC members, with a fee for non-members. Many of you attend each year, and we of course welcome anyone who hasn’t been before too. This will be an online event, making it easily accessible to those across the UK and in other countries. With opportunity for networking during the event.
Our keynote speaker will be David Trickey a consultant clinical psychologist who has specialised in working with traumatised children, young people and their families since 2000. He is co-director of the UK Trauma Council which harnesses the expertise of the UK’s leading child trauma experts to produce resources for those working with traumatised children and young people, as well as guidance and policy briefings based on the best available evidence. His talk focusses on 'Unravelling Traumatic Events: Minimising their impact through evidence-based understanding and intervention'.
Attendees can also expect to enjoy an update from CORC Programme Manager, Nick Tait, on various developments and projects from within CORC, a session from CORC member organisation SWEDA on 'Measuring impact in a specialist charity setting', an introduction of ‘Understanding and addressing the challenges of outcome measurement associated with differences in culture’ guidance by CORC Regional Improvement Officer, Rachael Grant, and 'Ethnic differences in treatment outcome for children and young people accessing mental health support' by Shade Davies, Psychologist at Anna Freud.
The full agenda and all timings will be announced soon.
The CORC Forum brings together members and colleagues from the research, mental health and education sectors and features inspirational speakers, exciting topics and discussions and is ideal for expanding your knowledge of mental health and wellbeing outcomes for children and young people.
Recordings will be made available to ticket holders and members after the event.
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