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ACTO Conference June 2021 "What can we learn, from the pandemic, about closing the digital divide for Children and Young People needing mental health interventions."
3 Min presentation May 2012 " Vulnerability, Lockdown & the Pandemic; The effects on Children & Young People"
LTS Conference April 2021 Less can be more- Telling your story through Zoom; observations on power dynamics in story-telling with Children and Young people during therapeutic interventions through the pandemic."
This author is supported by the Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training at the University of Nottingham (RCUK Grant No. EP/L015463/1) and Northamptonshire Police.