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					2009 SAACAPAP/PANDA
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME

WORKSHOPS
FRIDAY 3 JULY     CHAPEL
08h00 - 16h00     Autism
                  Prof C Lord


WORKSHOPS
SATURDAY 4 JULY   CHAPEL                                 RUMA 2                     ILANGA HALL                AMANZI HALL
08h00 - 13h00     Autism                                 A play therapy programme Sensory Processing           Emotional & Behavioural Problems:
                  Prof C Lord                            to improve children's      Mrs A Van Jaarsveld        Assessment, Development &
                                                         emotional intelligence - a                            Outcomes
                                                         12- week model.                                       Prof H Koot
                                                         Dr R Blom
13h00 - 13h30
13h30 - 16h00                                                                          Introduction to Music   Introduction to Child Psychiatry
                                                                                       Therapy                 Nursing in Mental Health
                                                                                       Mr C De Wet             Mrs ME Mabizela
16h00 - 17h00                                                                                                  Dr L Van Rhyn
17h00 - 18h00

WORKSHOPS
SUNDAY 5 JULY     CHAPEL                                 RUMA 2                        ILANGA HALL             AMANZI HALL
08h00 - 13h00     Autism Research Group: ADOS            CBT                           ADHD games workshop:    Health Behaviour & Chronic
                  Prof C Lord                            Mr J Le Roux                  Learning through play   conditions in Childhood &
                                                                                       Mrs J Jarvis            Adolescence
                                                                                                               Prof H Koot

13h00 - 18h00

CONGRESS
MONDAY 6 JULY                                         ILANGA HALL
                  SESSION CHAIR: PROF A VENTER & DR D BENN
09h30 - 10h20     Welcome Brunch
10h30 - 11h15     Development of social relations, self regulations and psychopathology in early adolescence
                  Prof H Koot
11h15 - 12h00     ADHD - Neurobiological background
                  Prof T Banaschewski
12h00 - 12h45     The general science of Autism
                  Prof C Lord
12h45 - 13h00     Open Discussion
13h00 - 13h30     Tea
                                                    ILANGA HALL                                                AMANZI HALL
                  SESSION CHAIR: DR D GRIESSEL                                                                 SESSION CHAIR: PROF R NICHOL
13h30 - 15h00     ADHD - Its impact on learning and education                                                  Early preventive intervention in
                  Mrs J Jarvis                                                                                 childhood antisocial development:
                                                                                                               Reasons and options
                                                                                                               Prof H Koot

15h00 - 15h30     Tea
                                                ILANGA HALL
                  SESSION CHAIR: DR D GRIESSEL
15h30 - 16h00     ADHD - Non-medical management
                  Mrs J Jarvis
16h00 - 16h45     ADHD - European Guidelines
                  Prof T Banaschewski
16h45- 17h00      ADHD - Co-morbidIty and tic disorders
                  Prof T Banaschewski
19h00 for 19h30   Gala Dinner



CONGRESS
TUESDAY 7 JULY                               ILANGA HALL
                  SESSION CHAIR: PROF L JACKLIN
08h30 - 09h15     No small matter: The effects of HIV on families and children
                  Prof L Richter
09h15 - 10h00     Bullying
                  Dr T Noble
10h00 - 10h45     Autism - Early treatment
                  Prof C Lord
10h45 - 11h00     Questions
11h00 - 11h30     Tea
                  SESSION CHAIR: PROF A FLISHER
11h30 - 12h00     Fathers and fatherhood in Africa: The effects on child development
                  Prof L Richter
12h00 - 12h30     Resilience
                  Dr T Noble
12h30 - 13h00     Autism: Diagnosing Toddlers
                  Prof C Lord
13h00 - 14h30     Lunch
13h00 - 14h00     SA ACAPAP Annual General Meeting
                                              ILANGA HALL
                   SESSION CHAIR: PROF A VENTER & PROF R NICHOL
14h30 - 14h45      Social Determinants of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
                   Prof A Flisher
14h45 - 15h00      Psychiatric Comorbidity and Psychometric Impairments Associated with Population-based ADHD Subtypes
                   Prof A Meyer
15h00 - 15h15      The Treatment of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in the Young Child in A South African Setting
                   Dr H Clark
15h15 - 15h30      Psychosocial Functioning Amongst Adolescents Previously Diagnosed with ADHD
                   Dr S Walker
15h30 - 15h45      Survey of Children and Adolescents with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in the Eastern Cape
                   Ms S Snyman
15h45 - 16h00      Intellectual and Behavioural Functioning in a cohort of South African boys with Duchenne Muscular Dustrophy (DMD)
                   Dr K Donald
16h00 - 16h30      Tea
                                              ILANGA HALL
                   SESSION CHAIR: DR D GRIESSEL & PROF R NICHOL
16h30 - 16h45      Non Accidental Injury As a Cause of Cerebral Palsy in South Africa.
                   Prof L Jacklin
16h45 - 17h00      Sydenham's Chorea: Exploring the Enigma and Searching for Solutions
                   Dr K Walker


CONGRESS
WEDNESDAY 8 JULY                              ILANGA HALL
                   SESSION CHAIR: DR R VAN DER WATT
08h30 - 09h00      Child and Adolescent Mental Health in Africa: Some Solutions
                   Prof A Flisher
09h00 - 09h30      Perceptions of Elementary School Teachers on Child Mental Health Problems in South West Nigeria
                   Dr O Atilola
09h30 - 10h00      Depression of Mother with Ill-Health Newborn: From a Case-control Study on Birth Defect Families of Poor Province in China
                   Prof X Zheng

10h00 - 10h30      Refreshments and Exhibition
                   CHAPEL                                   RUMA 2                         ILANGA HALL                      AMANZI HALL
                   SESSION CHAIR:                           SESSION CHAIR:                 SESSION CHAIR:                   SESSION CHAIR:
                   DR E JANSE VAN RENSBURG                  MS S VERMAAS                   MRS L GROBLER                    DR L VAN RHYN
10h30 - 10h45      Manifestations of a Stress Reaction in   Earned Attachment: Can         Sleep Disorders in Children      “I am not Ape-Normal”: Understanding
                   a Child Who Suffered Extreme Abuse:      Children with Reactive         and Adolescents Who              and Guiding Children in the Puberty
                   a Case Presentation                      Attachment Develop Secure      Present with Psychiatric         Years
                   Prof D van der Westhuizen                Attachment Relationships As    Symptoms.                        Dr R van der Watt
                                                            a Result of Psychotherapy?     Dr T du Plessis
                                                            Prof C Smith & Dr W
                                                            Duncan

10h45 - 11h00      The Shattered Egg: a Decade of Child     Parents of Children with       Test-Retest Reliability of the   A Clinical Profile of Psychotic
                   Abuse and Neglect in the New South       Reactive Attachment            Xhosa Version of the             Adolescents Admitted to Hospital over a
                   Africa                                   Disorders - Do They Pass on    Diagnostic Interview             Two Year Period
                   Mr H Theron                              Their Attachment Styles?       Schedule for Children (Disc-     Dr S Paruk
                                                            Dr L Albertyn                  IV)
                                                                                           Prof A Flisher
11h00 - 11h15      Sexual abuse amongst girls in a child    Opening Pandora’s Box In       Managing the Storm               Acculturation Strategies As Predictor of
                   and youth care centre                    Support Groups For Hiv-        Mr W de Jager                    Suicidal Ideation in a Group of South
                   Mr C van Wyk, Ms M Pietersen and         Infected Women: The Need                                        African Adolescents
                   Ms M van Straaten                        For Additional Services                                         Mr E du Plessis
                                                            (Prof I Eloff) - Presented
                                                            by Mrs H Oliver & Mrs J
                                                            Penny
11h15 - 11h30      Role of the Advance Psychiatric          Support Groups for Children Neurological Indicators of          The Experience and Expression of
                   Nursing Practitioner(APNP) As            Living in Child-headed      Emotional States.                   Emotional Intimacy in The Romantic
                   Observer of a Mother/Child               Families: Literature Review Mrs H Kemp                          Relationships of Adolescents in a Semi-
                   Relationship in a Therapeutic            Ms F Mkonto                                                     rural Western Cape Community
                   Community, London.                                                                                       Ms C Furphy
                   Ms A van den Heever

11h30 - 11h45      Mental Health Risks and Risky            Experiences of children with                                    Adolescent Coping: Exposure to
                   Behaviours Among Working Children        leukemia receiving                                              Stressors, Access to Resources and
                   in Southwest Nigeria                     maintenance chemotherapy                                        Utilization of Coping Strategies
                   Dr O Adejumo                             Dr L van Rhyn                                                   Ms N Basson


11h45 - 12h00      Child and Adolescent Psychiatry                                                                          Adolescent peer relationships: mental
                   Outreach Clinic in a Community                                                                           health resource or stressor?
                   Setting: the Role of the Nurse.                                                                          Ms N de Jager - Presented by Ms C
                   Mrs F Makoboyane                                                                                         Furphy

12h00              End of Congress
                            SA ACAPAP SPEAKERS
Prof Tobias Banachewski
Tobias Banaschewski, MD, PhD; Prof. of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Medical Faculty
Mannheim of the University Heidelberg; Medical Director of the Department of Child and
Adolescence Psychiatry of the Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim, Germany.
He studied psychology and medicine at the University of Marburg, Germany. He worked as
Clinical Assistant in Adult Psychiatry in Marburg and as Clinical and Research Assistant in Child
& Adolescent Psychiatry, University of Göttingen, Germany. In 2003 he received the German
research award for biological child and adolescent psychiatry for special scientific performance in
clinical research, particularly for research into attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (Kramer-
Pollnow-Preis). In 2006 he became successor of Prof. Dr. Dr. Martin Schmidt as head of the
Department of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at the Central Institute of Mental Health, University
of Mannheim/Heidelberg, Germany.

He is member of the European Network of Research on Hyperkinetic Disorders (EUNETHYDIS)
and Member of the EUNETHYDIS advisory committee, Co-Principal Investigator of the
International Multi-Centre ADHD Genetics Project, and Co-editor of the Journal of Child
Psychology and Psychiatry; Member of the German Association for Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry and Psychotherapy.

His main research interests are ADHD and comorbid disorders (conduct disorder, tic disorder),
psychophysiology (event-related brain electrical potentials), neuropsychology and
psychopharmacology.

Mrs Jane Jarvis
Academic Qualifications:
1. Bachelor of Primary Education, Natal (Dbn) 1992
2. BA Honours (Psych) UPE 1993
3. MEa (Educ Psych) Wits 2001

Present Appointment:
Educational Psychologist in private practice specialising in attention difficulties. Involved in
assessments, parental counselling & extensive teacher training. Currently piloting the Back to
Basics Programme for nursery and foundation phase teachers.

Special Achievements:
Co-Author of the book "The Manual that never came with your child"
Developer of the Game " Brain Gain"

Prof Hans Koot
Prof Koot is the Dean of the Faculty of Psychology and Education, Vrije University, Amsterdam,
Netherlands. He received his Master’s degree, cum laude, in Psychology at the Catholic
University Nijmegen. He obtained his doctorate, cum laude, at the Faculty of Medicine and Health
Sciences at the Erasmus University, Rotterdam. He is a member of diverse editorial boards,
among others: Editor of Kind en Adolescent and Consulting Editor of Journal of Pediatric
Psychology. He published extensively on Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Membership of
scientific societies includes International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual
Disability.

Prof Koot has a vast knowledge of the assessment, development and treatment of behavioral and
emotional problems in children and adolescents. He has a special interest in the psychological
impact of medical conditions on children and the enhancement of their quality of life. Prof Koot
has presented many international workshops and symposia. He gave various presentations on
developmental psychology, psychopathology e.g. delinquency, health behavior, peer group-,
family- and other child related relationships. He is a renowned scholar, active author and dynamic
researcher in the field of psychology.

Prof Catherine Lord
Catherine Lord, Ph.D. is the Director of the University of Michigan Autism and Communication
Disorders Center (UMACC) and a professor of psychology, psychiatry and pediatrics. Dr. Lord is
currently a Visiting Professor at NYU Child Study Center where she is setting up a preschool and
toddler clinic using evidence-based assessments and treatments. She is a clinical psychologist
who has worked in Canada and the U.K and at various universities in the U.S., including the
TEACCH program. She was involved in developing the standardized diagnostic instruments for
ASD (the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS), an observational scale, and the
Autism Diagnostic Interview – Revised (ADI-R), a parent interview), considered the gold standard
for research diagnoses.

As Director of UMACC, she provides clinical evaluations and consultations and trains university
students and professionals in the diagnosis of ASD. Current projects include the development of
a toddler module for the ADOS; organization of the Simons Simplex Collection, a repository of
cell lines and phenotypic data for families with a child with autism and a typical child; the
development of a measure of spontaneous, functional language in children with ASD; two studies
of different interventions with very young children; and a longitudinal study of children followed
from age 2 who are now in their teens.

Dr Toni Noble
Toni is a former classroom teacher now working as a senior University lecturer in education and
psychology at the Australian Catholic University National. She is widely known in the education
arena as the co-author with Dr Helen McGrath of many practical best selling teacher resource
books. These books include Eight Ways At Once (using multiple intelligences and the revised
Bloom’s taxonomy to differentiate the curriculum); Different Kids, Same Classroom (on mixed
ability teaching) and the BOUNCE BACK! A Classroom Resiliency Program. The BOUNCE
BACK! program is the 2003 winner of the Robin Winkler Award for applied research in
Community Psychology awarded by the Australian Psychological Society. Toni is on the Advisory
Board for the National Centre Against Bullying and is Co-Editor of Bullying Solutions. Evidence-
Based Approaches to Bullying. All book royalties go to the NCAB.

As well as a University Teacher Educator, Toni is a psychologist and an educational consultant
for all school systems and has presented many keynote addresses, papers, professional
development programs and workshops to educators both nationally and internationally. She has
been awarded a Carrick Citation for her outstanding contributions to University teaching in the
field of educational psychology and teacher education.

Prof Linda Richter
Academic Qualifications:
1981 PhD University of Natal
Post-Doctoral Fellowship in the United Kingdom (London, Edinburgh and Nottingham)

Present Appointment & short description of responsibilities:
Executive Director
Child Youth Family and Social Development (CYFSD)
Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC)
Direct a national programme of research, with some 200 research and technical staff

Special Achievements:
Fellow of the University of KwaZulu-Natal (2000- )
National Science and Technology Forum Award (2006)
Finalist in Shoprite Checkers and SABC Woman of the Year Award: Science & Technology
                                 SA ACAPAP Workshops


Catherine Lord: ADOS
Friday 3 July, Saturday, 4 July: 08h00 – 16h00
The ADOS Training for Clinicians, designed for clinical use of the ADOS, is strongly recommended for
those intending to use the instrument in clinical practice. It uses a mixture of large group lecture,
demonstration, and scoring, as well as a live demonstration of the ADOS.




Annamarie van Jaarsveld: Sensory Processing
Saturday, 4 July: 08h00 – 13h00
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is a neurological disorder that causes difficulties with the processing
of sensory information, which not only influences behavior but also creates challenges in performing
everyday activities.

Recent research indicates that 1 in every 20 children experiences symptoms of SPD that are significant
enough to affect their ability to participate fully in everyday life. SPD are linked to neurological conditions
including Autism Spectrum Diagnosis, Attention Deficit Disorder, and Developmental Dyspraxia.

This workshop aims at heightening the awareness of SPD disorders and at empowering participants with
knowledge on their own sensory processing profiles and will also provide basic skills to recognize and
handle children with SPD disorders.

Outcomes of the workshop:

   •   Understand
          o the theory of SPD disorders
          o your own sensory profile and how your behavior, related to sensory experiences, can
              impact on yourself as a health professional
          o children with SPD
   •   Learn about
          o how SPD children experience their sensory world
          o identification of possible sensory processing issues
          o basic strategies that can be used with SPD children
          o activities for SPD children
          o empowering parents/teachers who struggle with understanding and
          o handling their child with SPD




Hans Koot: Emotional and behavioral problems: Assessment, development,
and outcomes
Saturday, 4 July: 08h00 – 13h00
This workshop presents state-of-art measures of emotional and behavioral problems for children and
adolescents ages 1.5 to 18 years. Participants will complete, score and interpret child behavior rating
scales. Further, the workshop addresses the course and outcomes of emotional and behavioral problems
as well as biological/genetic, cognitive, and social influences on their development. Participants will be
invited to identify and discuss risk and protective factors of emotional and behavioral problems in case
descriptions provided by participants. Finally, the workshop will specifically highlight possibilities of
signalling and detection, and early preventive interventions in the family and school context.
Lily van Rhyn and Esther Mabizela: Introduction to Child Psychiatry Nursing
in Mental Health
Saturday, 4 July: 13h30 – 18h00
The School of Nursing of the Free State University is the only tertiary institution in the country offering a
Advanced Diploma and Masters degree in Child Psychiatric Nursing.
The workshop will focus on the theoretical and the practical learning opportunities of these modules.
Examples of these are the study of case scenarios, knowledge regarding the counselling of children and
families therapeutic nursing interventions, and outreach programmes. The therapeutic roles of
professional nurses working in an outpatient child and family unit will be discussed.
Lastly the challenges facing professional nurses in this specialist area will be analyzed.




Chris de Wet: An Introduction of Music in Therapy
Saturday, 4 July: 13h30 – 18h00
I am working as a Professional Nurse, currently specialising in Clinical Psychiatric Nursing (M.Soc.Sc.
Psychiatric Nursing). Prior to my nursing career, I obtained a B. Mus Degree.

During the workshop, a presentation on the utilization of music in therapy will be delivered. This will
include ideas for incorporating music in individual and group therapy sessions, as well as the application
of music in conjunction with other techniques of therapy.

Some interesting information regarding Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) as a form of psychotherapy will
be shared with conferees. The development of GIM and the rational behind its application will be
discussed. Listening to music, specifically selected for therapy purposes, as well as the opportunity for
group discussions, will be included in the presentation.




Rinda Blom: Gestalt play therapy to improve children’s emotional
intelligence – a 12 week model
Saturday, 4 July: 08h00 – 17h00
This focus of this workshop will be on the implementation of gestalt play therapy to improve primary
school children’s emotional intelligence. Attention will be given to the following:
   • Definition of emotional intelligence and skills that need to be address when focusing on emotional
        intelligence.
   • Developmental aspects that need to be considered in the programme.
   • Theoretical concepts and process of gestalt play therapy.
   • A 12- week model with goals, gestalt play activities and projective techniques to implement when
        improving children’s emotional intelligence.




Jane Jarvis: ADHD Games workshop - Helping with homework and learning
through play
Sunday, 5 July: 08h00 – 13h00
Games are a wonderful way to learn skills such as spelling and other language related skills including
parts of speech, similes, homonyms, plurals, opposites, etc. Times tables, bonds and other mathematical
skills as well as studying for tests can be made fun through the use of games. Games are, however, not
only useful for teaching these skills but are also invaluable for the repetition necessary for developing
automaticity and, therefore, fluency and speed of these skills. Repetition is BORING and most children
are not motivated to learn in this way, particularly those with ADHD who lose focus easily and who need
lots of variety and novelty to keep them stimulated. This workshop will demonstrate a number of games
which can be used to drill the above skills. Some of these games are readily available in our homes and
classrooms but can be used to do so much more. Others are quick and cost-effective to make. This
workshop will definitely teach one how to make learning more fun.
Hans Koot: Health behavior and chronic conditions in childhood and
adolescence
Sunday, 5 July: 08h00 – 13h00
This workshop should provide insight into the relation between physical health, development and
behavior in order to assist psychological counseling and patient education. It addresses topics involving
child and adolescent body image and health behavior, psychosocial consultation regarding treatment,
pain, and death, and counseling with children with chronic conditions and their parents. Special attention
will be paid to the issue of behavioral/emotional problems related to and impact on quality of life of
chronic physical conditions as diverse as abdominal disorder, asthma, cancer, cardiovascular disease,
cystic fibrosis, migraine, typ1 diabetes, and intellectual disability. Topics forwarded by participants will be
discussed.



Catherine Lord: ADOS Research Group
Sunday, 5 July: 08h00 – 13h00
The research group will be a further discussion about research uses of the ADOS, including examples
from other studies and discussion of obtaining further training and reliability.




Johan Le Roux: Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Children
and Adolescents
Sunday, 5 July: 08h00 – 17h00
The workshop is to provide the necessary tools to support, assist and treat children exposed to trauma.
This treatment model was initially developed to address trauma associated with child sexual abuse and
has more recently been adapted for use with children who have experienced a wide array of traumatic
experiences, including multiple traumas. Research indicates that TF-CBT is effective in treating
posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, and behavioral problems (including sexual behavior problems)
in children exposed to traumatic events.

This treatment can be used by a variety of mental health professionals including psychologists, social
workers, professional counselors, psychiatrists, or clinical counselors. This training program presumes
basic training in working clinically with distressed children and their families, a sound theoretical
understanding of cognitive behavioral principles, and a working knowledge of child development.

TF-CBT has been found to be a powerful tool in helping to alleviate the distress of traumatized children
and their families.

The workshop will consist of video training sessions, practical examples, self evaluation and discussion
groups.

With this workshop attendees will receive a sound introduction to an invaluable tool for intervention in
traumatised children.



                     Should you wish to register to attend a workshop please contact:

                                    SA ACAPAP Congress Management:
                                           Eastern Sun Events
                                          Tel: +27 41 374 5654
                                          Fax: +27 41 373 2042
                                         info@easternsun.co.za
                                          www.saacapap.org.za

				
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