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Conference schedule

12 June, 2021
 09:15
Check-In

The zoom conference will be open and you can make sure you have arrived on time and use the chat to each other through text

 

09:45
Welcome

Conference Welcome and Introduction to ACTO

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Adrian Rhodes

ACTO Chair

10:00 
Anne Stokes

First keynote presentation: Joining the Dots between the Past and the Present

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Anne Stokes
Anne Stokes

ACTO Patron

10:30 
Duncan Branley

"If a thing is worth doing, it’s worth doing well."

ACTO: driving up standards in online therapy

Duncan Branley

ACTO Ethics Director

11.00  
Clemency Jacques

"Why do we do what we do do?"

What does the research tell us?

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Clemency Jacques
Clemency Jacques

ACTO Director

11.30 
Break

 

 

11.45
PIp Weitz

Super Vision: the oversight keeping us on the straight and narrow in the digital space

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Pip Weitz

ACTO Vice Chair

12.05
Susan Utting - Simon

The Voice within the Written Word. Text Based Therapy with CYP

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Susan Utting - Simon
12.30
Submitted Presentations
Mel Wilson

Can we learn from the pandemic about closing the digital divide for children and young people, needing mental health interventions?

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Elaine Davies

Screens, Teams and Screams – the new personal
Adjustments and lessons learned during and after moving to online working in the role of tutor and private practitioner.

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Mel Wilson
13:00 
Lunch

 

 

 

Workshops take place simultaniously in Zoom BreakOut Rooms. You will be able to select your workshop on the day.

13:30
 Workshops

You will be able to choose which workshop to follow on the day. You will be able to chose one in each slot. Click here for a list of workshops. (subject to change)

1st Session, 7 workshops, 13.30 - 14.15                        Max 20 delegates per workshop
S1 Diversity and inclusion in online work Olivia Djouadi
S2 Launching the ACTO Children & Young People Network Rachael Klug & Basi Amodu
S3

Online Therapeutic Work with International Staff

 

 

Kate Thompson &     Felicity Runchman
S4 Strengthening Your Digital Resilience: techniques including polyvagal theory to strengthen and maintain your energy with a full workload Christine Harris
S5 Intelligent Matching -  Connect for Better Health

Dr Bela Prasad and Vignir Haraldsson

 

S6 Listening to our members + sneak peak at new website Cal Nield & Mieke Haveman
S7

 The therapeutic endeavour in the online context : mix of worlds, ideas, creations and new ways

 

Renee McDonald
14:15
Break

 

14:30
Workshops

You will be able to choose which workshop to follow on the day. You will be able to chose one in each slot. Click here for a list of workshops. (subject to change)

2nd Session, 7 workshops, 14.30 - 15.15                        Max 20 delegates per workshop

S10

Working internationally: so much more than just legal and jurisdiction issues 

Pip Weitz & Katrina Healey-Davis

S11

Chat with the chair

Adrian Rhodes

 

  

 

S13

What does it mean to go digital? A digital workstation for welfare teams.

Helga Vigfusdottir

S14

Understanding the neuroscience of resilience and best practice to stay fit for the future

Carmen von Haenisch

S15

Working with the body in online therapy - Thinking about grounding, regulation and self-care within a trauma informed approach.  

Elle Gilbertson

S16

Using Minecraft in Counselling with Children

Ellie Finch

 

15.15
Sarah Worley - James

Second keynote presentation: Lessons from Covid: The Way Forward

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Sarah Worley-James
Sarah Worley - James

former ACTO Chair

15.45
Adrian Rhodes

Conference closing: Reflections on the Day and Next Steps-Adrian Rhodes.

Adrian Rhodes

ACTO Chair

 16.00
Conference end