Personality Disorder Conference: Innovations in practice - 2020 and beyond

Personality Disorder Conference: Innovations in practice - 2020 and beyond

Personality Disorder Conference: Innovations in practice - 2020 and beyond, 4th December 2019, St. Alban’s Centre -London

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About the conference

This one-day conference will bring together leading authorities from the field of forensic mental health and criminal justice. The past ten years have seen great changes in the way in which we deliver services to individuals with personality difficulties and histories of offending behaviour. The focus of this conference is to look forward to 2020 and beyond, and to identify the next steps and necessary innovations in order ensure that our approach to service provision remains agile and responsive to the emerging evidence base. Each of our expert speakers will aim to review the key achievements of the past few years, as well as the emerging weaknesses or gaps in service provision, in order to set the scene moving forward.

The emphasis will be on a multi-agency and multi-disciplinary approach, involving services across settings, but with an emphasis on individuals returning to live in the community.

Our event offers ample opportunities for learning, reflection and networking.

 

Topics to be discussed:

✔ Review of OPD Pathway. What are the next steps?
✔ Title: Learning from experience: Developing meaningful service user involvement in the Community Pathway
✔ Mentalisation based therapy - next steps with forensic clients
✔ The next steps in managing individuals with sexual convictions who are high risk (and psychologically disordered/PD)
✔ Social enterprise / bake the difference
✔ New outreach model for resettling highly complex ex-prisoners who have otherwise faced an impasse
✔ ICD-11 and the implications for clinical practice

who should Attend:

Mental health staff working with patients diagnosed with a personality disorder
Psychiatrists
Forensic Psychiatrists
Forensic Psychologists
Clinical and Research Psychologists
Criminal Justice Practitioners
Psychotherapists
General Practitioners
Social Workers and Social Services Officers
Prison Governors
Occupational Therapists
Clinical Leads
Mental Health Nurses
Mental Health Support Workers
Drug and Alcohol Teams
Service Managers and Service Commissioners
Service Users and Carers

Registration Space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

Registration Fees

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)
Standard Registration £165.00
Charity/Student Registration £145.00

Details

About the conference

This one-day conference will bring together leading authorities from the field of forensic mental health and criminal justice. The past ten years have seen great changes in the way in which we deliver services to individuals with personality difficulties and histories of offending behaviour. The focus of this conference is to look forward to 2020 and beyond, and to identify the next steps and necessary innovations in order ensure that our approach to service provision remains agile and responsive to the emerging evidence base. Each of our expert speakers will aim to review the key achievements of the past few years, as well as the emerging weaknesses or gaps in service provision, in order to set the scene moving forward.

The emphasis will be on a multi-agency and multi-disciplinary approach, involving services across settings, but with an emphasis on individuals returning to live in the community.

Our event offers ample opportunities for learning, reflection and networking.

 

Topics to be discussed:

✔ Review of OPD Pathway. What are the next steps?
✔ Title: Learning from experience: Developing meaningful service user involvement in the Community Pathway
✔ Mentalisation based therapy - next steps with forensic clients
✔ The next steps in managing individuals with sexual convictions who are high risk (and psychologically disordered/PD)
✔ Social enterprise / bake the difference
✔ New outreach model for resettling highly complex ex-prisoners who have otherwise faced an impasse
✔ ICD-11 and the implications for clinical practice

who should Attend:

Mental health staff working with patients diagnosed with a personality disorder
Psychiatrists
Forensic Psychiatrists
Forensic Psychologists
Clinical and Research Psychologists
Criminal Justice Practitioners
Psychotherapists
General Practitioners
Social Workers and Social Services Officers
Prison Governors
Occupational Therapists
Clinical Leads
Mental Health Nurses
Mental Health Support Workers
Drug and Alcohol Teams
Service Managers and Service Commissioners
Service Users and Carers

Registration Space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

Registration Fees

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)
Standard Registration £165.00
Charity/Student Registration £145.00

Programme

 

Programme -subject to change-

09.00 - 09:30
Registration and Coffee

09:30 - 10:30
Chair’s Opening and Review of OPD Pathway. What are the next steps?
Dr. Jackie Craissati MBE,

Consultant Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, Trustee of Samaritans, and a Non-executive Director for a large mental health trust

10.30 - 11.30

 

Learning from experience: Developing meaningful service user involvement in the Community Pathway
Dr Nikki Jeffcote,

Consultant Lead Clinical Psychologist, Prisons & Forensic Directorate, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, Chair, London Pathways Partnership (LPP)
 

This talk will consider:

 
the history of ‘user involvement’ and its relation to the OPD Pathway
 
the development of the London User Involvement Programme, including its evolution, contribution, complexities and challenges
 
how we can develop true user involvement in the Pathway safely and meaningfully in the years ahead

11.30 – 11.40
Question & Answers with Morning Panel

11.40 - 12.00
Morning Coffee Break and Networking

12.00 - 13.00
Mentalisation based therapy - next steps with forensic clients
Anna Motz,

Clinical and Forensic Psychologist, Adult Psychotherapist and Independent Consultant for Institute of Mental Health


13.00 – 13.50
Lunch Break and Networking


Innovation in practice: three projects

13.50 – 14.10
Project 1 - The next steps in managing individuals with sexual convictions who are high risk (and psychologically disordered/PD)
Dr Nicholas Blagden,

Co-Head Sexual Offences, Crime and Misconduct Research Unit Department of Psychology Nottingham Trent University

 

 
Professor Belinda Winder,
Co-Head Sexual Offences, Crime and Misconduct Research Unit Department of Psychology Nottingham Trent University

14:10 - 14:30
Project 2 - Social enterprise / bake the difference
Amy Wollny,

LPP Social Inclusion Lead

14:30 - 14:50
Project 3 - The Kent Chiron Community – A Probation Lead Intensive Intervention and Risk Management Service (IIRMS)
Dr Tania Tancred C Psychol, CSci, AFBPsS, PsychD,

Senior Forensic Psychologist, NPS OPD Lead Kent, Surrey & Sussex, National Probation Service, South East Eastern Region, LDU Cluster Kent
The Kent Chiron Community is in the second year of delivery. The model has been co-produced with service users, probation and NHS staff. This workshop will outline the impact of long-term imprisonment and how the Chiron community enables and assists re-integration for highly complex prisoners who have faced an impasse. The challenges and successes will be described, with advice offered on how to set up an effective IIRMS.


14:50 - 15:10
Coffee Break and Networking

15.10 - 16.10
ICD-11 and the implications for clinical practice
Prof Mike Crawford,

Professor in Mental Health Research in the Centre for Psychiatry, Imperial College London

16.10 – 16.30
Question & Answers with Afternoon Panel and Chair’s closing remarks

 

Registration space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

Registration Fees

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)

Registration Fees £165.00

Charity/Student Registration £145.00

Venue

VENUE INFO

 

 

St Alban’s Centre

  • Address: Leigh Place, Baldwin’s Gardens, London EC1N 7AB


The St Alban’s Centre, a Civic Trust award winner in its own right, forms part of the Parish Church of St.Alban the Martyr in Holborn, London EC1. The original Church was largely destroyed in 1941 by firebombs but rebuilt to a design by Adrian Gilbert Scott incorporating a number of the original features which remained intact after the fire. The Centre lies at the heart of the “Midtown” area of London with easy access to St Pancras, King’s Cross and Euston mainline stations and a short walk from Chancery Lane (Central Line) and Farringdon (Circle Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City Lines) Tube stations. Farringdon Station is also served by Thameslink trains and will be one of the Central London stations on the new Crossrail link.

TUBE STATIONS

Chancery Lane (Central Line with stops at Paddington (for Heathrow Express), Bank (for DLR to Canary Wharf and London City Airport) and Liverpool Street (for Stansted Express).

Farringdon (Circle Line, Metropolitan Line, Hammersmith and City Line with stops at King’s Cross, St Pancras, Euston and Liverpool Street (for Stansted Express). The Circle Line also has stops for Victoria, Cannon Street and Charing Cross (Embankment)).

For further information on London Underground Services https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/tube/

MAINLINE RAILWAY

Farringdon Station for Services to
Bedford, Luton, Luton Airport Parkway, St Albans, Wimbledon, Sutton, Sevenoaks, East Croydon, Gatwick Airport and Brighton (please note that during ongoing works to London Bridge Station Thameslink trains to and from Farringdon do not stop at London Bridge Station).

Moorgate Station for Services to
Welwyn Garden City, Hertford North, Stevenage., Hitchin and Letchworth Garden City

King’s Cross Station for Services to

Cambridge, Peterborough and King’s Lynn
Hull, York, Leeds, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness

St Pancras International Station for Services to

Paris, Brussels and connections to Europe (Eurostar)
Leicester, Derby, Nottingham and Sheffield
North Kent and Ashford

Euston for Services to

Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Glasgow

For further information on Mainline Services http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/

BUSES

In High Holborn only

8 Tottenham Court Road to Bow via Liverpool Street
25 Oxford Circus to Ilford via Stratford
242 Tottenham Court Road to Homerton Hospital via Liverpool Street
521 Waterloo to London Bridge via Cannon Street

In High Holborn and Gray’s Inn Road

46 Lancaster Gate to St Bartholew’s Hospital via Paddington and King’s Cross/St Pancras
45 St Pancras International to Streatham Hill serving King’s Cross/St Pancras and Blackfriars
17 Archway to London Bridge via Cannon Street and King’s Cross/St Pancras
341 Tesco Tottenham to County Hall via Waterloo

For further information on London Buses https://tfl.gov.uk/modes/buses/

 


 

Registration space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

Registration Fees

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)

Registration Fees £195.00

Charity/Student Registration £165.00

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Registration space is limited. We encourage guests to register asap!!!

Registration Fees

15% OFF FOR GROUPS (3 DELEGATES OR MORE)
Standard Registration £165.00
Charity/Student Registration £145.00
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