GP CPD Course (4 ICGP points) - Anxiety in Children
What is normal and pathological anxiety, what and how to treat at Primary Care, when to refer on, and where to refer. Plus quick screening tools for autism.
RRP €229 - reduced for a limited time
Anxiety in Children
In the first of a series of CPD courses on Paediatric Mental Health and Neurodevelopment, this course focuses on the growing problem of anxiety in the paediatric population. This course focuses on practical tools for GPs to use at Primary Care including:
- What is normal vs pathological anxiety?
- What and how to treat at Primary Care?
- When to refer on, and where to refer? Directory of services with contact details
- Quick screening tools for autism to help make the correct referral
Dr. Rosemary Keane is a Senior Clinical Psychologist at Beuamont Hospital. Rose has a number of years of experience working with a broad range of different clinical groups across the lifespan.
She completed clinical training (Doctorate in Psychological Science) at University College Dublin (UCD). As part of this her doctoral thesis focused on emotional over- and under-control in adults with psychiatric difficulties and Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)/Radically Open DBT informed group interventions. Rose also has a PhD in Psychology (National University of Ireland, Galway) focusing on acceptance in chronic pain from an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) framework.
Rose is passionate about working together with individuals and families to understand the biopsychosocial factors affecting behaviour and functioning and compassionately applying evidence based and personalised interventions. She has a special interest in applications of functional QEEG assessment and neurofeedback training. Rose is also a member of Mental Health Advisory Board of the charity A Lust For Life.