The Covid19 lockdown will have unique psychological impacts on children and young people as they deal with disrupted routines, loss of personal agency and disconnection from family, friends and favourite activities.
This three hour online training session will offer both underpinning theory and practical application to enable you to understand the impact of the crisis on your students and move forward to find a new normal when a safe return to school can take place.
Topics covered will include:
- Re-experiencing the world as safe
- Acknowledging losses
- The science and practice of gratitude
- Supporting transition back to school
- Re-affirming connection and belonging
- Understanding the impact of the pandemic on behaviour
- Incorporating learning into practice – finding a new normal
Quotes from attendees:
“Genuinely cannot believe how excellent it was - I was transfixed for the entire 3 hours. I was nervous about signing up as I didn't know how I would be interested all that time, but it flew by!”
“It was excellent, so thank you very much. I couldn't believe I sat for 3 hours and didn't even notice the time going by! I learnt so much, which will help in the current situation, but also in in the future.”
This training is being delivered by Trauma Informed Schools UK, The Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education and The Centre for Child Mental Health.
The course is fully funded by the NEU and is for NEU members only. Places are limited. To register click on the link of your preferred date to the left, you will need to consent to sharing your contact email address with the provider who will send you a secure log in for the course.