Building Resilience in Young Learners: Developing Personal Problem solving & relaxation Skills
Why do some learners appear to falter under stress and challenging life experiences, whilst other cope and even thrive?
This workshopexplores the concepts of vulnerability, resilience and self efficacy and how these apply to the everyday experiences in life and study. There will be a focus on how learners can acquire simple techniques to reduce worry and anxiety and enhance confidence and well being.
Topics covered will include:
- Emotional Intelligence
- Emotional Resilience
- Mind and Body
- Emotion, Memory and Brain Development
- Personal Problem Solving Skills
- Sleep Issues
- The Meaning of Friendship
- The Role of Social Media
- Relaxation Techniques
Who should attend?
Learner coaches, safeguarding teams, tutors and support staff, welfare/wellbeing advisers, counsellors.
Gareth Cronin is a mental health specialist with 30 years experience. He has worked in NHS, Social Services, Specialist Units, colleges and universities. His area of expertise is working with emergent mental health and developing effective protective measures in the support of learners at risk
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When & Where
ACER - Christine Stewart