Date(s) - 20/11/2018
10:00 am - 3:30 pm
Who should attend?
Headteachers, Deputy Heads, Pastoral Care and Well-being teams.
Mental Health is a term that is more and more frequently being used. Whilst it is encouraging to be addressing this and reducing the stigma, it is also important to understand what causes mental health issues and how they can be prevented. By understanding brain health and resilience it is possible to then see health and well-being as a complete picture including mental, emotional and physical health. The aim of this training is to provide clear information to understand and promote emotional well-being and brain health by linking evidence based theories and expert peer reviewed advice.
Based on clinical evidence and the principles of CBT, we have developed an integrative model explaining the contributing factors of brain health and emotional well-being. We provide high impact, practical and easily accessible information that can be used daily through working practice together with an opportunity to explore and develop self-reflective practice enabling the best possible outcome for you and therefore your staff.
Aims of the course:
This training will help you to develop a deeper knowledge of the brain and applied neuroscience, positive psychology, communication, emotional intelligence and how to integrate all of these into your school and with your staff to achieve well-being and resilience.
Course tutors: Lisa Jones and Dr Anwen Whitham
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