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Domestic violence and resilience - Wed 30 Sept 2020

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Hastings Opportunity Area - Twilight Sessions Topic Domestic violence and resilience - Dr Claire Stubbs

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Hastings Opportunity Area - Twilight Sessions

Topic  Domestic violence and resilience - Dr Claire Stubbs

Date  Wednesday 30 September 2020

Time  4pm to 5.30pm

Location  ONLINE with Microsoft Teams

Session Summary

Aim  The aim of this session is to understand the impact of domestic violence on children’s ability to thrive, and how to deliver whole school approaches that nurture everyone’s resilience.

Learning Objectives •    To understand the biological, social and psychological impact of domestic violence on the family in relation to schooling •    To be able to identify the psychological needs of children who have experienced and are experiencing domestic violence •    To create a toolkit of ideas and strategies for responding to domestic violence from a whole school approach

Biography - Dr Claire Stubbs is a practising psychological therapist and Senior Trainer for Boingboing. She was a lead author of the Guide to Addressing Mental Health Issues – a Resilience Based Approach (hereafter called the Schools Mental Health Guide), developed in partnership with East Sussex County Council in 2017 to 2018. The Schools Mental Health Guide uses a resilience based approach to address specific, day to day issues around mental health in schools. It sets out the policy drivers and evidence for schools to be at the forefront of mental health promotion and early intervention, as part of a whole school, systems change approach, which can impact on engagement, attendance and attainment. It goes on to address some commonly experienced  behavioural and engagement issues for pupils that can be effectively addressed by focusing on underlying mental health need.

Claire has worked in a therapeutic role directly with young people and has trained and supervised practitioners in Early Years, Early Intervention teams, and Schools. Most recently, this work has focused on the Blackpool HeadStart programme in which Claire has played a lead role in coaching and supervising practitioners working with the most challenging cases of mental health issues for children and young people.

Who the session is for  This session is for primary school teachers working in the Hastings Opportunity Area. 

Access information Assess information for Microsoft Teams will be emailed to attendees in advance of the session. Please note that the email supplied on your Eventbrite booking will be used to create a Microsoft Teams login for the event. If you want to use a different email address  you will need to contact the event organisers using the information provided in the access information email you will receive prior to the event.

 

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