Who should attend?
This training is suitable for anyone working in schools who is passionate about the well-being of their students, as the core message is about promoting a whole school approach. It is of particular use for front line staff including Teachers, Heads, Deputy Heads, Pastoral and Well-being leads.
Now more than ever, we need to focus on well-being in schools. As qualified and registered mental health practitioners (psychotherapist, clinical psychologist) we believe that the way to do this is by encouraging as many people as possible to take part in this training in order to understand how the brain, mind and body work in conjunction with one another, and what factors underlie well-being.
The aim of the course is to break down what mental health and well-being means, exploring the factors that contribute to this, why people develop mental health issues and what can be done to prevent them. We explore the evidence based biopsychosocial model to explain, and look at how both internal and external processes are linked and the effects that these have on well-being.
Topics of the course include:
Mental Health, Stress, Emotional Intelligence, Dynamic Balance, Resilience, Foundations of Brain Health and Self-Care, and strategies/interventions that can develop positive and effective coping mechanisms and life skills.
Delegates can expect to come away with a clear understanding of well-being, together with a variety of resources that they can take back to their schools.
Course tutors: Lisa Jones and Dr Anwen
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