Pupil mental health

Supporting Childhood Grief

This course will help professionals, individuals, agencies and organisations to learn more about childhood grief and how to offer support to children/young people who are bereaved.

Eating Disorders and Young People

Supporting children with Eating Disorders.

Eating Disorders, Body Image and Young People

This interactive workshop offers an opportunity to develop your knowledge, awareness and understanding of eating disordered behaviour, from a young person’s perspective, and to look at what lies behind this emotive issue.

Self-Harm and Young People

Debbie Humberstone, our external speaker, will provide you with an awareness of self-harm and young people.

ASIST: Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training

ASIST is a comprehensive two-day course which enables participants to become more willing, ready and able to help persons at risk of suicide.

Post-16 Mental Health CPD

This Post-16 Mental Health session will cover issues such as Attachment, Separation, Autonomy and Identity.

ATL Dorset District - Child Anxiety CPD

Exploration of psychological approaches ranging from psychodynamic to cognitive-behavioural and the use of the scientific study of Positive Psychology and practical anxiety relief based strategies you can use with children/young people

West Sussex - free CPD Mental Health First Aid for Youths

A free CPD event for members held by the West Sussex District and Branch An introduction to mental health first aid for youths.

Promoting Positive Mental Health in Primary and Early Years Settings

Drawing on perspectives offered by neuroscience, psychology and child development, the course aims to enable participants to feel more competent and confident in supporting parents and carers to promote good mental health and in recognising and addressing social and emotional needs in the children they work with.
Standard £50.00, Support staff £30.00, NQT member £30.00

Promoting Positive Mental Health in Primary and Early Years Settings

Drawing on perspectives offered by neuroscience, psychology and child development, the course aims to enable participants to feel more competent and confident in supporting parents and carers to promote good mental health and in recognising and addressing social and emotional needs in the children they work with.
Standard £50.00, Support staff £30.00, NQT member £30.00