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D6ii Boardroom, Sunday 27th April
E1 The Atrium, Sunday 27th April
E3iii Osher B, Sunday 27th April 2014
E4i Osher C, Sunday 27th April 2014
E4ii Osher C, Sunday 27th April
E6ii Koret, Sunday 27th April 2014
Developing a Parental Mental Health Team Providing Early Help in an Inner London Borough
Chris J McCree - RN, BSc (Hons), Nurse, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, Chaucer Community Resource Centre, Rotherhithe, London, UK.
This lecture presents the development of a team working with children under five whose parents are experiencing mental distress. The lecture will describe the challenges of providing an early intervention service for parents with mental health concerns, and illustrate the importance of “Think Family” and early intervention.
Understand the challenge of providing an early intervention service for parents with mental health concerns who have children under five
Appreciate the importance of “Think Family” and early intervention
Parenting and Psychiatric Rehabilitation: a New Approach
Peter C Van der Ende - MSc, Senior Researcher, Professorship of Rehabilitation, Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Groningen, The Netherlands.
Pilot study to identify results of the program Parenting with Success and Satisfaction (PARSS), which was developed to support parents with severe mental illness on the basis of psychiatric rehabilitation.
Learning Objectives 1. Gain insight in a program to support parents on the basis of psychiatric rehabilitation 2. Learn about instruments for measuring outcomes from supported parenting 3. Get acquainted with the results of an evaluation study on a program for supported parenting
Mini Plenary - Family Recovery
Facilitator: Barbara Friesen - Regional Research Institute, Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA. Melinda J Goodyear, PhD, MBSc, BBSc (Hons), Researcher, Monash University, Moe, Victoria, Australia.
Members of this panel will address the meaning of recovery as applied to families where a parent has mental health challenges, and will share strategies to promote recovery in families of various constellations and in various stages of family life.
Increase knowledge and understanding of the concept of recovery in families when a parent has a mental illness
Learn about successful strategies to promote family recovery
Increase their knowledge of resources and services essential to family recovery efforts
Identify policies that can support family recovery, as well as needed practice and policy changes
Experiences of Role Reversal with a Parent with Mental Illness: Links to Mistrust, Anger, and Parenting Risk
Teresa Ostler - PhD, Clinical/Developmental Psychologist, School of Social Work, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, USA.
This presentation explores the long-term sequelae of childhood experiences of role reversal with a mentally ill parent by looking at the lives of eight women with chronic depression. Role reversal is closely linked to later mistrust, anger, a suppression of a need for help, and parenting risk.
Learn how to identify the long-term sequelae of role reversal, including mistrust, anger, and a suppression of a need for help
Learn to identify the variety of ways that role reversal may contribute to parenting risk
Making Mother Known: a Personal & Professional Perspective on the Need for Appropriate Interventions and Supports for both Mother and Child
Shannon Byrd - MA, Grants and Public Policy Coordinator, Alabama Department of Mental Health, Montgomery, AL, USA.
This session will provide participants with a personal and professional perspective on the need for appropriate interventions and supports for both mother and child. Information will include how individual situations and circumstances can determine the health, stability, and connectedness of a mother with paranoid schizophrenia to her child, as well as the child’s own ability to grow and develop into a healthy functioning adult.
Identify the issues, concerns, misconceptions, and successes of being raised by a mother with schizophrenia
Describe how living with a parent with mental illness can play a role in personal and professional development
Gain awareness of the unique needs of both mother and child
Understand the challenges and barriers of mothers with schizophrenia
Mental Health Supports for Teen Parents: a Pilot Project
Taylor Cumming - BA, Mental Health Recovery Facilitator, Canadian Mental Health Association - Edmonton Region, Edmonton, AB, Canada. Laura Fulmer, Manager, Education and Early Learning, Terra Child & Family Support Centre, Edmonton, AB, Canada.
This session will examine the issue of teen pregnancy and the increased risk of mental health concerns. The Mental Health Supports for Teen Parents project will be described and how it addresses these concerns. Findings from the project and direction moving forward will also be presented.
Increased understanding of the impact of teen pregnancy on mental illness
Discuss our program’s influence in addressing mental health concerns experienced by young mothers
Discuss successes and challenges within the program and our direction moving forward
Community Mental Health Parent Consumers Describe their Recommendations for Psychoeducation for their Minor Children
Joanne Riebschleger - PhD, MSW, Social Work, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA. Tori Edgar, BA, 3rd year College of Law Student, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA. Olivia Ehret, BASW Student, School of Social Work, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, USA.
Mental health consumer parents participated in a focus group research study. Parents offered recommendations for the design and delivery of education and support groups (psychoeducation) for their minor children. They recommended lively, fun, and age appropriate programs be developed to teach children about mental illness, recovery, and coping.
Describe the rationales for developing psychoeducation programs for children of a parent with a mental illness
Summarize this sample of mental health consumer parents’ recommendations for developing psychoeducation programs for their minor children