Emotional and behavioural disorders, importance of the early years

1. Importance of the early years for lifelong wellbeing - Dr Tanya Wright (parts 1, 2) (30 minutes + 28 minutes = 58 minutes)

Emotional and behavioural disorders, importance of the early years 1a of 3
Emotional and behavioural disorders, importance of the early years part 1b of 3

2. Attachment theory and reflective functioning - Dr Tanya Wright (28 minutes)

Attachment theory and reflective functioning 2 of 3

3. ADHD in children, youth and adults - Dr James Gardiner (parts 1, 2 & 3) (36 mins + 36 mins + 45 mins = 117 minutes)

ADHD in children, youth and adults 3a of 3
ADHD in children, youth and adults, part 2
PHARMAC seminar: ADHD in children, youth and adults, 3c of 3

Emotional and behavioural disorders, importance of the early years

Seminar held 3 September 2018.

Facilitator

Assoc Prof Karen Hoare, Advisor PHARMAC Seminars, Nurse Practitioner for Children and Young People, College of Health, Massey University

Presenters

Dr Tanya Wright,  Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist 

Dr James Gardiner, Forensic Phychiatrist - Regional Youth Forensic Service, Auckland

These presentations are provided for professional development purposes for the benefit of qualified health practitioners and should not be relied upon for any other purpose. Any opinions offered are those of the presenter or other speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of PHARMAC. PHARMAC accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided.