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The Importance of Psychological Wellbeing

EPIC’S Psychological Wellbeing Screening Tool Taster Amber Hayday, Lead Assistant Psychologist Lorna Cooper, Assistant Psychologist Researched and developed by EPIC, the tool encompasses 6 areas of psychological wellbeing: friendships, mood, emotional regulation, coping, self-esteem, and risk & resilience. This webinar will discuss the importance of psychological wellbeing including the 6 areas, discuss wellbeing and the …

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Ukraine Resources

The events in the Ukraine have directly affected the wellbeing of those we work with. This war has a particular significance as it is within Europe and it is relatable to our society (potentially more so than other wars) many people (staff, pupils and families) may be imagining the potential impact on life if they …

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Social and Emotional Mentoring

Richard Daniel Curtis About 2% of schools and colleges in the country use social and emotional mentors to address the underlying skills that contribute towards mental health difficulties and problems with engagement and attainment. Here, Richard talks about the role of Social and Emotional Mentors in schools and colleges. Primary school information can be downloaded …

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Coaching Conversations with School Staff for Designated Mental Health Leads

Kathy Jones – Goodlife Psychology Coaching is a powerful, evidenced based approach to supporting staff wellbeing, performance, motivation, self-awareness and even absence and staff retention. This session is led by Kathy Jones, experienced Educational Psychologist, coach and trainer. During this session Kathy will be introducing practical tools and coaching techniques which leaders can incorporate into …

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Emotionally Able

Emotionally Able is a small team of teachers and educational psychologists who provide consultancy and training in schools for children with severe and complex learning disabilities. Our work focusses exclusively on these children’s emotional well-being and mental health. We have extensive experience of working with children with severe and complex difficulties, their parents and carers, …

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Understanding the Impact of Trauma

Nichola Taylor – West Berkshire Educational Psychology Service This webinar explores the effect of life experiences and trauma and how these can translate into the behaviours displayed by children and young people. We then look at the neuro sequential model and the suggested strategies for supporting these children and young people in schools.