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Cambridge Forum for Children's Emotional Well-being

The Cambridge Forum for Children's Emotional Well-being is based at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education. Find out more about our counselling courses.

Purpose

  • To promote and extend the practice and development of psychotherapeutic counsellors in the region
  • To offer a vibrant programme of courses and conferences which provide for the continuing professional development of psychotherapeutic counsellors
  • To maintain the professional standards of psychotherapeutic counselling

Aims

  • To promote and extend the practice and development of psychotherapeutic counselling and to enhance children's emotional well-being
  • To promote high standards of training in psychotherapeutic counselling
  • To promote high standards of practice in therapeutic work with children and young people
  • To promote research and knowledge in the theory and practice of children's emotional well-being

Next Cambridge Forum:

Details coming soon!

VENUE: Faculty of Education, Donald McIntyre Building, 184 Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 8PQ

FEE: Usually £35.00 (£20.00 for Faculty of Education students and staff)

HOW TO BOOK: Please book and pay via the University of Cambridge online sales shop

ANY QUERIES: Email Lisa at lz334@cam.ac.uk

Other related events which may be of interest:

Open seminar

Young People's Mental Health in Schools: Understanding and Responding to the Evidence | A talk from Professor Gordon Harold
Wednesday 16th May 2018 16.00-18.00 | DMB GS5

Hosted by Education Reform and Innovation in collaboration with Cambridge Forum for Children’s Emotional Wellbeing

Further details

Cambridge Forum for Children's Emotional Well-being

Past Forum topics

  • 18th November 2017 'Introduction to Online Therapy: Theory, Ethics and Practice'
  • 20th May 2017 'Finding a voice and being heard through applied theatre'
  • 25th February 2017 'Understanding and working with self-harm in children and young people'
  • 12th November 2016 'Conflict transformation workshop'
  • 7th May 2016 'How do children change'