1:30 pm / 3:30 pm
This session will give a brief overview on the role of Forensic CAMHS and how it differs from generic CAMHS. We will define typical presentations of adolescent sexual development in terms of behaviour and functioning and go on to explore what constitutes disrupted and adverse sexual development in children and young people. We will look at how this might impact on a range of sexual behaviours, attitudes and beliefs in a developing adolescent.
Wednesday 5th July 1:30pm-3:30pm
To book places please email email@example.com to access the Trust website for further details. Please state which sessions (and dates) you’d like to attend. The sessions are aimed at parents of school aged children but parents of younger/older children are very welcome. The sessions will be led by a CAMHS trainer and will run on Microsoft TEAMS. If you have any additional needs, please mention this in the booking email.