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The Wellbeing Toolkit for Mental Health Leads
Are you new to the role of School Mental Health Lead? Are you wanting some ideas and support so you can excel in this important role?

This course will offer you a wealth of ideas for how to support mental health in your setting. It will provide you with a copy of The Wellbeing Toolkit for Mental Health Leads by Tina Rae, Amy Such and Jo Wood (UK postage only) which you can use flexibly to respond to your school's needs. Through this, the course is designed to increase confidence and support staff in preparing for their new role as School Mental Health Lead.

During the course, guest keynote speaker Dr Tina Rae will address some of the key topics of interest regarding mental health in schools, plus delegates will have the opportunity to delve deeper into four of the modules from the toolkit:

- Self-harm: Issues of prevention and safe practice
- Understanding & Supporting Children & Young People who are School Phobic
- Understanding Attachment Disorders & Creating an Attachment Friendly Classroom
-Using Tools from Positive Psychology to Build Resilience

Upon completing this registration form, you will be invoiced by LWP via email (please check the email account you register with). Once payment has been received you will be sent the link to join this online training day. We look forward to 'seeing' you there!

An Early Bird rate of £150 is available for bookings taken before 1st October 2020.

Due to the inclusion of the Wellbeing Toolkit as part of the training package, this event is non refundable.

Oct 16, 2020 09:30 AM in London

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Speakers

Dr. Anisa Moses
Direcctor @Learning and Wellbeing Psychology CIC
I completed my doctoral training at University College London and have worked in both London and the Home Counties. I have over ten years’ experience working with children and young people in a number of roles. ​
Dr. Amy Such
Director @Learning and Wellbeing Psychology CIC
Co-author of The Wellbeing Toolkit for Mental Health Leads, I completed my doctorate in Educational and Child Psychology at University of East London and have worked in a number of Local Authority Educational Psychology Services.
Dr. Kathryn Gibb
Director @Learning and Wellbeing Psychology CIC
I have worked as an Educational Psychologist in a number of inner London Boroughs, outer London Boroughs and Shire Counties for over 14 years, providing psychological support in mainstream schools, special schools and alternative provisions across the 0-25 age range.