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LEHSS -Understanding mental Health, ACE's & promoting Resilience

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Innovation Lab, Health Innovation Campus, Lancaster University

Sir John Fisher Drive

Bailrigg

Lancaster

LA1 4AT

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Introduction to research and concepts of Adverse Childhood Experiences and the promotion of Resilience in Young people and Children.

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What is this training session about?

This training will introduce research and concepts to help attendees understand children and young people’s mental health and the impact of adverse experiences on their wellbeing, as well as understanding ways to promote resiliency skills in young people.

What will I learn?

From this session, attendees will learn how we can see mental health as universal phenomenon and improve understanding and reduce the stigma around mental health difficulties. We will cover research around adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and understand links between life events and wellbeing. We will share ideas around how to put information together to form a better understanding of a young person's mental health and their needs, as well as cover models of resilience and how to promote resiliency skills.

The LEHSS team are all qualified clinical psychologists and have experience working with CAMHS and other Mental Health services. They are experienced trainers who deliver training to adult learners at Lancaster University. Training follows evidence based research that is translated into what works for children and young people in school and college settings.

Who can attend?

This training session is only available to staff employed by schools and colleges within the Lancashire County Council area. Places cannot be allocated to people employed by other services or who work in schools outside this area. Please sign up using your school or college email to demonstrate your eligibility.

It is aimed at all school staff, especially SENCOs, pastoral leads, TAs and any other staff with specific responsibility for pupils’ emotional health.

What else do I need to know?

This training is free of charge for eligible staff. Further details will be sent out after you have registered on the course.

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Innovation Lab, Health Innovation Campus, Lancaster University

Sir John Fisher Drive

Bailrigg

Lancaster

LA1 4AT

United Kingdom

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