Collaborating to recognise and address conduct disorder

Date produced 03 December 2019

Join our interdisciplinary panel of experts to explore and identify challenges and treatment opportunities for consumers living with conduct disorder.

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 Watch this facilitated panel discussion of Aaron's story to be better equipped to:

  • describe the biological, genetic, environmental, psychological and social factors that contribute to conduct disorder

  • identify the challenges, merits and opportunities in evidence-based approaches deemed most effective in treating and supporting children/adolescence experiencing conduct disorder.

  • implement a referral pathway to support children/adolescents with conduct disorder.
  • Dr Georgie Fleming (Psychologist, New South Wales)
  • Mr David Hong (Family Therapist, Mental Health Nurse,New South Wales)
  • Professor Dave Coghill (Psychiatrist, Victoria)
  • Dr Andrew Leech (General Practitioner, Western Australia)

Facilitator:

  • Professor Steve Trumble (General Practitioner, Victoria)


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