I present on a variety of academic and professional topics at national, international and local conferences and workshops.
Examples of recent papers:-
“Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder”
Facilitator, North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust, November 2012.
‘Ethics in practice’
Interactive workshop to Clinical Psychology Doctoral trainee’s, Staffordshire and Keele Universities, October 2012.
‘Triple P Lessons from Stoke on Trent’
Regional Parenting Conference, Birmingham 2007.
Key Note Address
‘Parenting Programmes- what works’
National Government RESPECT ACADEMY, London and Sheffield 2006.
“Hard to reach or just left out? Is there more we can do to engage parents into services?”
British Psychological Society, Division of Clinical Psychology Annual Conference 2006.
“Partnership working in early intervention”
Tipping the Balance Towards Primary Healthcare 18th Annual Conference June 2005.
“50 ways to keep your client: Using cognitive behaviour therapy and other strategies to engage clients.”
The Earlier the Better: Supporting the psychological well being of children and families conference, Stoke-on-Trent March 2005.
“Something we can all agree on: Parent support as a mechanism for interagency collaboration.”
Tipping the Balance Towards Primary Healthcare 17th Annual Conference Varmland, Sweden, June 2004
‘Children’s emotional development - why do we need to know about attachment?’
Stoke Speaks Out Conference, 2004.
“Triple P as a whole school approach in primary schools – developing a genuinely joined up project which “does what it says on the tin”.
British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies Annual Conference, York, 2003
Using the Triple P Positive Parenting Program in schools, why we trained the caretaker.”
Helping Families Change 4th Annual Conference Sydney Australia, March 2003
“Is there a right answer?” Ethics Workshop presented with Nick Barlow on behalf of the British Psychological Society Ethics Committee.
British Psychological Society Faculty for Children and Young people annual conference Cambridge August 2002