COT SS - Mental Health
We advocate a holistic approach towards clients with mental health problems
COT Specialist Section - Mental Health has a well-established network of members who support each other’s professional development, and work cooperatively to shape and influence mental health and well-being national policy. Find out more about becoming a member and the membership benefits involved.
Mental Health Clinical Forums
Clinical Forums of COT Specialist Section - Mental Health facilitate debate, networking, innovation and news in a specific domain of practice. Clinical Forums have annual national study days that influence practice and support the Specialist Section. These study days also support CPD activity and the development of OT in mental health. Outcomes of the study day form part of the Specialist Section annual report.
Find out more about the Special interest Group for Eating Disorders and the Forensic Forum, which is concerned with those who have a history or risk of offending.
We currently have an active Regional Subgroup for Scotland with groups for England, Northern Ireland and Wales in development.
18-20 June 2013
In conjunction with The College of Occupational Therapist Annual Conference and two other Specialist Sections Older People and Work
Keynote speakers include: Sue Parkinson, is the lead author of the Model of Human Occupation Screening Tool, (MOHOST), Mark Spybey, Head of Head of Leadership and Organizational Development, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust, and Professor Michael Iwama, Department Chair and Professor, College of Allied Health Science, Georgia Regents University and author of the KAWA Model.
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