The 5th CCTN conference will highlight Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), reviewing its conventional as well as complementary therapy management. Furthermore, the conference will also provide a valuable opportunity for delegates to participate in interactive workshops on therapeutic techniques used in various complementary therapy disciplines.
The CCTN (www.freshwinds.org.uk/cctn) is based in the UK but has an international membership and helps to support the use of complementary therapies for children by providing a common platform for training, education and sharing clinical practice. Free CCTN membership is open to any professional interested in the use of complementary therapies for children. Existing members include complementary therapists, doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, teachers, researchers and service developers. The CCTN is a project within Freshwinds Charity (www.freshwinds.org.uk).
Please visit the conference website (www.freshwinds.org.uk/cms/5th-cctn-conference) for further details about the conference including:
· The conference programme
· Conference registration form
· Conference fees (including early bird fees up to 31.01.11)
· Call for Posters
Call for Posters (Deadline 01.02.11)
There will be an opportunity for delegates to display poster presentations at the conference. The poster can be on any topic relevant to children and complementary therapies (i.e. not necessarily on ADHD). This will be a great opportunity for you to showcase your work to a varied group of professionals.
To submit a poster for consideration, please see the guidelines Call for Posters (also available on www.freshwinds.org.uk/cms/5th-cctn-conference).
Reiki taster sessions
There will be an opportunity at the conference to book in for Reiki taster sessions from members of the UK Reiki Federation. Slots will be limited and allocated on a first come basis on the day of the conference.
For any other information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone Dr Pankaj Shah on +44 (0)121 415 6670).