“Two thirds of teachers feel they lack the appropriate training to help identify mental health issues in pupils per a new report.”
This workshop is designed for individuals who deal with children daily.
The aim is to provide in depth information on how to deal with Behavioural and Mental Health within schools, nurseries, children hospitals and other types of children organisations.
Teachers must be trained to spot signs of mental ill health in children if schools are to meet a new requirement to measure pupils’ emotional well-being.
Depression, self-harm and suicidal thoughts in children don’t show themselves as obviously as a broken leg. This means it’s all too easy for a teacher to miss the tell-tale signs of emotional and mental health issues in children.
Many teachers are simply not equipped to meet the challenge of a rising tide of mental illness sweeping through our young people. They need help – they need training in mental health.
Key learning objectives
l Examples of mental health and emotional well-being that may affect young people
l Warning signs and signals, what to look for, what, how and when.
l How to respond, report and react to mental health and emotional well-being issues when they occur
l Counselling skills, with practice sessions around mental health and emotional well-being examples
l Proper reporting and documentation techniques
l Best-practice approach to mental health and emotional issues
l Creating a task-force and support network with your school, college or facility
l Communicating with parents and other care and teaching professionals
l Steps to avoid and reduce the risk of these issues happening
l Examples and case-studies.
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