Book a call with an Anxiety UK advisor here

Book a call with an Anxiety UK advisor here

Chaired by Sean Duggan, Chief Executive, Mental Health Network, this virtual conference focuses on Depression in Adults – supporting people through Covid-19. National update sessions will focus on meeting the increased demand for services, ensuring access, and providing effective treatment and management. Case studies will highlight best practice and challenges in managing people with depression experiencing social isolation and loneliness, supporting young adults in higher education, supporting healthcare professionals, people from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and those experiencing depression as a co-morbid symptom of Long Covid.

This virtual conference will enable you to:

Network with colleagues who are working to improve support for people experiencing depression through the pandemic.

Reflect on a lived experience of depression through Covid-19.

Learn from outstanding practice in ensuring access including online interventions.

Meeting demand and delivering effective treatment in Primary Care.

Reflect on national developments and learning.

Learn from case studies in high risk groups emerging during Covid-19 including: Depression, loneliness and social isolation in older people, people from diverse ethnic and cultural backgrounds, NHS clinical staff and depression in people experiencing symptoms of Long Covid.

Develop your skills Identifying and treating more complex and treatment resistant depression.

Ensure you are up to date with the latest best practice evidence.

Self assess and reflect on your own practice.

Gain CPD accreditation points contributing to professional development and revalidation evidence.

For more information please see the following links:

For an exclusive 20% discount please contact [email protected]

June 29 @ 10:00
10:00 — 17:00 (7h)


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