Our public lecture series features talks from internationally acclaimed academics in the field of youth mental health.
The Wolfson Centre for Young People's Mental Health has strong links with world-leading academics from around the globe. This series showcases experts from across the UK, as well as the Centre's international collaborators.
The lectures are held monthly and last for one hour, followed by a short Q&A.
The virtual lectures are free to attend.
‘The mental health and neuropsychological profile of children adopted from care: support needs in the context of family life’
Professor Katherine Shelton, Cardiff University
Wednesday 6 July, 14.00-15.00 (GMT)
The next lecture in the series will take place in the autumn term. Details will be released soon.
The next talk in the Wolfson Centre Lectures series will be from Professor Katherine Shelton, 'The mental health and neuropsychological profile of children adopted from care'.