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Using Positive Psychology & Journalling to Build Wellbeing in Young People

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A webinar with Dr Tina Rae exploring strategies from positive psychology and working with journals to enhance wellbeing in young people

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Using Positive Psychology & Journaling to Build Wellbeing in Young People

Presenter: Dr Tina Rae

21 April 2021 4-5.30pm

A live webinar for teachers, SENCOs, Inclusion Managers, Mental Health Leads, psychologists, counsellors, parent and carers based around strategies drawn from Tina Rae's book The Essential Guide to Using Positive Psychology with Children & Young People and her new title My Toolbox of Wellbeing Journal. There will be an opportunity for questions.

In recent months, we have realised more than ever the importance of nurturing wellbeing to protect the mental health of young people and adults alike. We want young people to feel safe and happy so that they can achieve their potential both academically and socially.

Strategies from Positive Psychology focussing on links between thinking, feeling, and behaving can be introduced into everyday routines. These will help young people to develop social and emotional competence, a growth mindset and the creativity, resilience and energy needed to succeed in all areas of their lives.

This webinar will explore the use of journaling in particular with young people of all ages, a technique that can easily be used both at home and school.

In this webinar, Tina Rae will:

  • Introduce themes from Positive Psychology
  • Explore key strategies and ideas that enable young people to flourish and maintain their mental health and wellbeing
  • Highlight the power of journaling for wellbeing
  • Present examples of journaling techniques for use with young people
  • Provide an opportunity for reflection about this topic and the ways in which you might develop your approaches/incorporate strategies into your own wellbeing toolbox.

This webinar will give confidence to anyone working with or looking after children and young people in using practical, helpful strategies from positive psychology and particularly journaling that can be implemented both at home and in school.

Ticket Prices

Webinar Ticket Only £20

Webinar Ticket + Discounted Copy of Positive Psychology Book with FREE Postage (UK ONLY) £45.99

Webinar Ticket + Discounted Copy of Psychology Book (EU ONLY) £49.99

Webinar Ticket + Discounted Copy of Wellbeing Journal with FREE Postage (UK ONLY) £32.99

Webinar Ticket + Discounted Copy of Wellbeing Journal (EU ONLY) £37.99

Timetable

3.45-4.00pm Registration

4.00-5.10pm Presentation from Dr Tina Rae

5.10-5.30pm Questions from delegates

The Books

Based around the bestselling Toolbox of Wellbeing, Tina Rae's new title, My Toolbox of Wellbeing Journal retails at £14.99 and can be ordered at a discounted price of £12.99, with FREE delivery (UK only) along with your ticket, or ordered directly from Hinton House www.hintonpublishers.com and from all booksellers.

The Essential Guide to Using Positive Psychology with Children & Young People retails at £19.99 and can be ordered at a discounted price of £15.99, with FREE delivery (UK only) along with your ticket, or ordered directly from Hinton House www.hintonpublishers.com and from all booksellers.


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About the Presenter

Dr Tina Rae has over 30 years’ experience working with children, adults and families in clinical and educational contexts within local authorities and specialist services. She currently works as a Consultant Educational and Child Psychologist in a range of SEMH and mainstream contexts and for Compass Fostering as a Consultant Psychologist supporting foster carers, social workers and Looked after children. From 2010 to 2016 Tina was an Academic and Professional Tutor for the Doctorate in Educational and Child psychology (University of East London). She is a registered member of the Health and Care Professions Council, a member of ENSEC (European Network for Social and Emotional Competence) and a former trustee of Nurture UK.

Tina is a member of the editorial board for the journal Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties and for the International Journal of Nurture in Education. She is also a member of the Advisory board for Fresh Start in Education.

Tina is an award-winning, prolific author and has published more than 100 titles. Recent publications include:

Rae T. (2020) A Toolbox of Wellbeing: Helpful strategies & activities for children, teens, their carers & teachers, Hinton House Publishers, Banbury.

Rae T., Such A. & Wood J. (2020) The Wellbeing Tool Kit for Mental Health Leads in Schools A comprehensive Training Resource to Support Emotional Wellbeing in Education and Social Care, Hinton House Publishers, Banbury.

Rae T. (2020) Motivation Matters, Hinton House Publishers, Banbury.

Rae T. & Such A. (2019) The ASD Girls’ Wellbeing Toolkit An Evidence-Based Intervention Promoting Mental, Physical & Emotional Health, Hinton House Publishers, Banbury.

Rae T. & Wood J. (2019) The Essential Resilience and Wellbeing Toolkit for Early Years & Younger Children, Hinton House Publishers, Banbury.


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