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Join us for our 2022 Conference on Innovative Treatments for Youth Depression! Topics include the CARIBOU integrated care pathway, Brief Psychosocial Intervention, and interventions for caregivers of youth experiencing depression. We will also highlight our clinical tools for primary care providers, clinicians and youth. This event is presented by The Cundill Centre for Child and Youth Depression in partnership with CAMH Education.
Who should attend
This conference will be particularly relevant for primary care providers, frontline clinicians, managers of clinical programs, and those interested in youth engagement, measurement-based care and knowledge translation.
9 am-12 pm EST
Dr. Peter Szatmari: Recent Developments in the Assessment and Treatment of Youth Depression
Dr. Darren Courtney: The CARIBOU Pathway for Youth who are Experiencing Depression
Dr. Darren Courtney and guests: Co-developing the CARIBOU Pathway with Youth
Dr. Ian Goodyer and Dr. Raphael Kelvin: Brief Psychosocial Intervention for Adolescents with Major Depression
Dr. Madison Aitken: A Caregiver Group to Improve Communication in the Context of Adolescent Depression
1-2 pm EST
Dr. Stephanie Ameis and Renira Narrandes: Tour of the Cundill Centre's Clinical Tools and Innovations
About The Cundill Centre for Child and Youth Depression
The Cundill Centre for Child and Youth Depression brings together clinicians, scientists, youth and family stakeholders worldwide to improve screening, prevention and depression treatment. For more information on the Cundill Centre, please visit our website.