SBK Healthcare/IAPT NNF Event – IAPT NNF 2020, Manchester – 21st January 2020

 

Providing excellent networking, outstanding speakers and relevant content, this instructive and well organised forum, year-on-year, offers both valuable information and real inspiration to continue to drive your service forward.

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With access rates going up, is your service trying to do things you don’t have the capacity to do? With the special option to bring your commissioners as your FREE guest*. This is a great opportunity to bring your commissioner, meet other commissioners and identify how to work collaboratively.

(*limited free places are available on a first come first served basis).

The engaging morning plenary will bring all attendees together to engage in leading national coverage and fresh local content:
• National IAPT update
• Tackling the challenges of LTC expansion
• Collaborating with GP services
• Building great relationships with commissioners


The rest of the day attendees will break into optional workshops, which are currently on:
1. Digital innovation to deliver IAPT
2. Tools and techniques of effective IAPT marketing
3. Understanding the specific needs of young people and students
4. Improving access in perinatal care
5. Using virtual reality and AI to improve access
6. IAPT workforce change management
7. Psychological support for veterans and their families

Speakers include:

  • David M Clark, Chair of Experimental Psychology and National Clinical and Informatics Advisor, University of Oxford and IAPT Programme
  • Joanne Gill, Consultant Clinical Psychologist & Consultant Clinical Lead, Birmingham Healthy Minds
  • Lucy Cotterill, Operational Lead, Primary Care Wellbeing Service (Telford and Wrekin)
  • Sarah Watts, Clinical Lead/Consultant Clinical Psychologist, South Staffordshire IAPT and PCMH Teams
  • Sarah Sollesse, Step 2 Innovation and Delivery Improvement Lead, Talking Therapies Berkshire
  • Kevin Rozario-Johnson, Service Lead and Marketing Lead, Organisation Development Practitioner, Digital Strategy Lead for Health in Mind
  • Nick Harwood, Service Manager, Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
  • Steve Skinner, Clinical Lead, Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
  • Angela Wood, Interpersonal Therapist, Tameside & Glossop Healthy Minds
  • Donna Stanton, Specialist Mental Health Practitioner (Parent infant mental health), GM PIMH IAPT Lead, Healthy Minds Stockport
  • Emma Selby, Digital Project lead, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
  • Ross O'Brien, Deputy Director, Grenfell Health and Wellbeing Service, Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
  • Josh Kreft, CBT/EMDR Therapist and Service Manager, Military Veterans’ Service, Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
  • Dr Phil Moore, Chair, NHSCC Mental Health Commissioners Network and Deputy Chair (Clinical), NHS Kingston CCG and Mental Health Clinical Co-Director, London

For further information visit: http://bit.ly/IAPT_NNF_2020

We offer a no obligation reserve place system where you can reserve a place at no cost whilst you look into funding your place. To reserve a place or to confirm and book a reservation, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 01732897788.