Our Webinars

Welcome to our events page. See below our webinars both past and future.

These webinars were set up back in April 2020 to create a community, get clinicians together, ensure clinicians keep in touch, keep up to date and most importantly be educated!

Alongside Nick Hazell, they are co-chaired by Consultant Psychiatrist and Director at Cognacity Dr Phil Hopley and Founder & CEO of Start2Stop Dr Cosmo Duff-Gordon

If you wish to attend any of the webinars below, please email me directly or If you haven’t already signed up to the mailing list please do so at our sign up page. These webinars are for clinicians only.

Reminders for each event will be sent out via the mailing list, as well as the webinar Zoom details.

15 May, 2024 6:00 pm
15 May, 2024 6:00 pm
APN London – 12 Upper Wimpole Street, London W1G 6LW
Speed Networking at APN
20 April, 2024 8:00 am
20 April, 2024 8:00 am
Lagoon Beach Hotel & Spa, 1 Lagoon Gate Drive, Cape Town
Netcare Akeso Montrose Manor invites all healthcare professionals to Start the Conversation – an eating disorder conference
21 February, 2024 4:00 pm
We would like to invite you to our next webinar on: “Dissociation as a Root Cause: Unravelling the Link to Behavioural Challenges in Children” Karen Andor, Educational Psychologist, Psychotherapist, and Trainer Wednesday 21st Feb 2024, 16:00-17:00 GMT
23 March, 2024 10:00 am
23 March, 2024 10:00 am
30 Euston Square, NW12FB
First Do No Harm Critical perspectives on sex & gender in healthcare Join us at 30 Euston Square, London, for the first conference of its kind in the UK. Learn from experts across disciplines – a unique line-up and a day of professional networking First Do No Harm brings together clinicians, researchers, parents, and therapists to discuss current controversies in the care of children and young people with gender-related distress, safeguarding as it relates to sex and gender, sex-based language in healthcare, and addressing the impacts of gender medicine on same-sex attracted youth.
16 May, 2024 9:00 am
16 May, 2024 9:00 am
One Birdcage Walk – Westminster, London, UK
Event Summary: **Title: Trauma and Addiction Workshops** **Date and Time:** Thursday, May 16th, 9am-5pm **Location:** One Birdcage Walk, Westminster, London **Morning Session: The Inner Child Model for Treating Addiction** Host: Nathan Jones **Description:** Explore the Inner Child Model (ICM) as a unique treatment therapy for addiction, addressing unresolved childhood pain, emotional discomfort, and emotional underdevelopment. Learn the 11 inner children in the model and understand its impact on addiction through real-life case studies. **Objectives:** – Define ICM components for addiction treatment – Explore the 11 inner children in the model – Discuss the impact of the inner child on addiction with real client case studies – Present therapeutic interventions to connect with the inner child – Discuss the six core steps for successful ICM implementation **Outcomes:** Empower clients to stay ahead of addiction by recognizing core emotional triggers, engaging with inner child pain, evaluating emotions, and making healthier choices. **Afternoon Session: Deep Attunement in Trauma and Addiction Treatment** Host: TJ Woodward **Description:** Shift the focus from symptoms to attuned connection, delving into clients’ deeper traumas, beliefs, and experiences. Explore strategies for holding space, the results of deep attunement, the difference between active and ordinary listening, and the role of authenticity and vulnerability in the therapeutic relationship. **Learning Objectives:** – Describe two strategies for holding space – Provide an example of results from deep attunement – Explain the difference between active and ordinary listening – Explore the role of authenticity and vulnerability in the treatment process and therapeutic relationship
29 February, 2024 8:30 am
29 February, 2024 8:30 am
Church House, Westminster, London, SW1P 3AZ
Join us for an exciting day of knowledge sharing and networking at Church House, Westminster at Suicide&Co’s first Sector Summit, a must-attend event for professionals working with individuals bereaved by suicide.
8 February, 2024 6:00 pm
8 February, 2024 6:00 pm
APN London – 12 Upper Wimpole Street, London W1G 6LW
We’re excited to announce new workshops free of charge to clinicians. Please join us as we explore new ways of thinking about client needs, treatment offerings, and elevating the standard of care.
6 December, 2023 4:00 pm
7 February, 2024 4:00 pm
Synopsis: The culture of playing and competing in video games has been on the rise since the mid-90s, reaching its zenith during the 2020 pandemic and subsequently entering a phase of consolidation. The growth has stalled, but the numbers remain close to their peak, thus confirming that gaming culture is here to stay. Areas he will cover are: Insights and Data on Gaming, Esports, and Health The Bright Side: what our kids dream of The Dark Side: what our kids say they won’t do Guidelines for Promoting Healthy Gaming Bio: Álvaro Fernández Cencerrado, a Psychologist from Madrid, began his career in gaming psychology through his YouTube channel. This led him to various gaming environments, fostering collaborations with esports teams and professionals in mental health. His channel evolved into Gamewell – The Healthy Approach to Gaming, offering help, training courses and prevention programs. Álvaro also collaborates with the esports club Team Queso and works in online psychotherapy. In 2021, he published his first book “Video Games: The Last Black Mirror” and is soon releasing a systematic review on the impact of video games on academic performance in collaboration with the Official College of Psychology of Madrid.
21 February, 2024 6:00 pm
21 February, 2024 6:00 pm
APN London – 12 Upper Wimpole Street, London W1G 6LW
We are delighted to have you join us on this night as we shift our focus to the invaluable work of neurodiversity specialists and clinicians. This evening is designed to foster connections and facilitate meaningful exchanges within trauma care. Attendees will get to meet 25 professionals working in neurodivergence in just under 2 hours. Those who have attended our previous events have spoken highly of the connections made in the evening. Whether they have found new jobs, new business opportunities, or referrals from clinicians seeking their speciality, we aim to foster a community within the mental health industry!  In the past, our Speed Networking events have sold out within 24 hours, so make sure you secure your space here! It is particularly timely as we gear up for our upcoming Updates in Addiction and Trauma Conference on the 17th and 18th of May 2024, where we will explore the relationship between neurodivergent conditions, such as ADHD, on addiction and trauma.