Teaching for school staff, parents and GP surgeries

School talks:

Dr van Zwanenberg has been providing teaching on mental health in young people to junior and senior school staff and parents for many years. This can be provided to individual schools but she has also led national conferences being the keynote speaker.

Some of the feedback from Dr van Zwanenberg’s talks includes:

  • “Dr van Zwanenberg gave my favourite talk of the day and it was a great day”
  • “Excellent talk with top tips and great links to resources”
  • “Really useful and practical stuff, excellent talk – brilliant”
  • “Highly relevant and a really engaging presenter”

Dr van Zwanenberg is happy to write presentations to your choice of topic but popular titles are:

  • Naturally boisterous, naturally quiet or nature and nurture impact on mental health? (For junior school/prep school talk)
  • Early signs of mental health issues and how to help or get help (For Junior support staff eg teaching/house assistant staff)
  • A whistle-stop tour of mental health issues impacting on studies and wellbeing in school (For teaching and pastoral care staff)
  • Maximising mental wellbeing now and for future years. A mental health perspective on some of the daily changes in parenting (For parents at the school)

Please contact Dr van Zwanenberg if you would like to discuss organising a talk via info@drvanzwanenberg.com

GP talks:

Dr van Zwanenberg frequently provides talks as part of continuing professional development to groups of general practitioners. Please do get in touch via info@drvanzwanengerg.com if you would like to enquire about education for a group of GPs.

Dr van Zwanenberg has also produced a webinar entitled:
Safeguarding the mental health of the future – how to support young people at your practice.

To watch the webinar please click here

Feedback from GPs from recent talks includes:

“Really useful talk thank you”
“It was so helpful in explaining the diagnosis of ADHD”
“I am so pleased to know understand the complexities of OCD and how treatable it is”
“When I need to make a referral for someone with an eating disorder, I will now know exactly what to put to explain the importance of the young person being soon promptly”
“One of the most useful CPD sessions I have had in a long time, thank you”.