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    MindEd E Learning programme – by Dr Raphael Kelvin and Professor Mick Cooper MindEd E Learning programme – by Dr Raphael Kelvin and Professor Mick Cooper Presentation Transcript

    • Programme Update Dr Raphael Kelvin & Professor Mick Cooper CYP IAPT National Conference 5th November 2013
    • How different my life may have been? 2
    • How different my life may have been? 3
    • MindEd e-Portal Effective and Early Help for Maximum numbers Universal Level General Level Specialised Level 1.2m CYP with MH problems 12m CYP 1m adults Empowerment, knowledge and responsibility 420,000 higher level needs 1.19m CYP at Increased risk Some transition to higher needs Provides early, improved access to help And similar early, improved access here 75% of adult mental disorders are first evident by age 21 years Provision of help for CYP 50% by age 14 years 4
    • MindEd e-Portal MindEd for one Million • MindEd delivers value – – – – One million people Three million pounds Three years minimum Less than 50p per person per year • Clear and concise e-learning • Providing for the whole children and young people's workforce. • Erodes stigma and supports parity of esteem 5
    • MindEd e-Portal e-Learning Curriculum Structure Patterns in growing up, How problems show Helping – Treatment Approaches Listening, Understanding, Engagement and Working together CYP IAPT* : Routine Outcomes Monitoring Provision of CYP MH ‘First Aid’ Diversity & Equalities Legal Frameworks CYP IAPT* : Core Curriculum HCP/AHP Mental Health Components HCP : Healthy School Age Child Brief Intro to CYP IAPT Therapies Counselling MindEd * Partial curriculum, only those elements that may be delivered by e-learning. 6
    • MindEd e-Portal Stage 2 - Curriculum Structure Evidence based practice Missing from CYP IAPT How problems show: disorders Interface of culture, ethnicity, religion and MH CYP With Heightened Vulnerability 7 Assessment Key Elements Formulating Commissioning Tiers 1-4 Progressive Universalism CYP IAPT Curricula n=6 Parenting SFT IPT CBT Service Leaders and Development New Portal Neurodevelopmental disorders Supervision Using EBM
    • MindEd e-Portal Programme Structure MindEd Core Content Healthy Child Programme Counselling MindEd MindEd CYP IAPT* Curriculum MindEd eTherapies Evidence Review e-Learning for Healthcare Provision of technical platform and hosting of e-learning content *IAPT = Improving Access to Psychological Therapies 8
    • MindEd Portal Development: Updates • See current website for news pending launch of the full product due March 25th 2014 • www.mindEd.org.uk 9
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    • MindEd e-Portal Programme Structure MindEd Core Content Healthy Child Programme Counselling MindEd MindEd CYP IAPT* Curriculum MindEd eTherapies Evidence Review e-Learning for Healthcare Provision of technical platform and hosting of e-learning content *IAPT = Improving Access to Psychological Therapies 11
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    • An opportunity to… • Develop evidencebased training materials for CYP counsellors • Developed shared understandings and practices across counselling and the wider CAMHS field
    • Curriculum • Programme consists of 14 Modules • Each module consists of 1–6 sessions of approx. 30 mins. each
    • Key modules • • • • • • • • • Counselling in context (e.g., schools, VCS) Legal and professional issues Participation Initiating counselling Outcome and process monitoring Relational skills Therapeutic skills Developmental themes Supervising counselling
    • Scoping reports
    • Progress • 45 session plans complete • 13 -15 content plans are with instructional designers • On target to complete by March 2014
    • For further information visit www.minded.org.uk www.counsellingminded.com or contact Raph.Kelvin@rcpch.ac.uk Laura.Green@rcpch.ac.uk Mick.cooper@strath.ac.uk