Do you want to learn techniques and approaches in order to be able to help young people to improve their emotional wellbeing and resilience?
Do you want to be able to help young people face challenges with confidence and self-belief?
This is an essential course for any member of staff working with young people in schools, whether as a classroom teacher, a member of the support staff or in a coaching role. With several government agendas now focused on the emotional wellbeing of young people, it is now essential for all adults that work with children to be aware of how they can best build confidence and resilience. The terms ‘wellbeing’ and ‘resilience’ are frequently used when discussing the difficulties that are faced by young people today; this course offers practical ‘tried-and-tested’ techniques that can be used by adults in any setting to help build self-confidence and effective coping strategies.
Overview of the current challenges nationally
Thinking errors that young people can make that develop into Mental Health concerns
Empowering young people to make self-managing decisions
Practical strategy – ‘Stress Buckets’
What to say, and what not to say when working with young people
Structuring discussions effectively
How to build confidence and resilience by making progress visible
Five basic steps for assessing any Mental Health and Wellbeing based problem
Action planning to identify and cope with stress and anxiety – The 5-Point Scale
Self-management – what happens when I get stressed?
How to empower young people to cope with challenging situations