ACP Annual Conference 2019
The 2019 ACP Annual Conference is kindly being supported by the office of the Lord Provost, Glasgow.
Jackie Alexander, Tess Bailey-Sayer, Paul Bell, Jacky Bone, Andrew Briggs, Stephen Briggs, Francesca Calvocoressi, Jocelyn Catty, Judith Cousins, Andrew Dawson, Ruth Dunstan, Elizabeth Edginton, Jane Elfer, Toby Etterley, Angela Evans, Ruth Glover, Debbie Hindle, Claire Hopkins, Ann Horne, Matthew Jenkins, Mary Lindley, Marina Manassei, Monique Maxwell, Sheila Miller, Caroline Newton, Louise O'Higgins, Caryn Onions, Jemima Phorson, Emily Ryan, Andrew Satchwell, Rajni Sharma, Rinat Shemesh, John Shemilt, Graham Shulman, Lydia Tischler, Jenifer Wakelyn, Sylvia Wilson and Biddy Youell.
Scottish Organising Committee
Lynne Conway, Andrew Dawson, Debbie Hindle, Carol McArthur, Graham Shulman, Gillian Sloan-Donachy, Leanne Stelmaszczyk, and Joanne Young (Chair)
About the conference
The event this year is about the current state and direction of our profession. This affects all of us, and we hope that the whole membership will enter into the debates and discussions. This year’s conference isn’t just about how we can meet the challenges of today or tomorrow, it’s also about celebrating and re-establishing our profession’s foundation within children’s mental health provision. Child psychoanalytic psychotherapy is a core profession within CAMHS and provides a unique perspective on the child and young person’s experience.
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: Each day of the conference will focus on a part of the conference theme, to provide delegates with an historical arc, reaching from the past and considering our profession’s future.
70 Year's of the ACP
In 2019, the ACP turns 70, our own Scottish training turns 30. We have a wealth of history, experience and ideas to share and develop and we want to do this alongside our peers and members. By sharing our past, we might better understand our future, so this conference will provide a retrospective and prospective.