Mental Health Champions - Class Teacher programme
Led by Place2Be, the ‘Mental Health Champions – Class Teacher programme’ is designed for teaching staff who have an interest in developing their knowledge around children and young people’s mental health and emotional wellbeing and how to work with this in the classroom.
By the end of the programme participants will:
- be confident in addressing mental health in the classroom
- have an understanding of attachment and recent developments in neuroscience
- feel more confident building resilience in children – with skills in solution focused and cognitive behavioural techniques
- be more self-aware and understanding of how to look after their own mental well-being
The programme consists of four three-hour workshops supported by Place2Think group consultation sessions. The workshops will be held on the following dates:
- Friday 13 September
- Friday 04 October
- Friday 08 November
- Friday 06 December
The programme emphasises engagement and interaction between participants, often including role plays and other small group work. As a result the number of places available on the course is limited to 18 attendees.
THE PROGRAMME IS ALSO BEING RUN IN…
DUNDEE later in 2019
Place2Be is a children's mental health charity providing universal and targeted school-based mental health support to over 280 schools throughout Britain. Place2Be has had a presence in Scotland for the last 15 years and is currently working in schools across Glasgow, Edinburgh, North Ayrshire, South Lanarkshire and Renfrewshire reaching a population of over 13,000 children and young people. Our in-depth training programmes improve the emotional wellbeing of pupils, families, teachers and school staff and includes our SCEL Endorsed Mental Health Champions training.
The programme consists of four workshops supported by Place2Think group consultation sessions. Each Place2Think session will allow participants the chance to review the behaviour of individual children and young people they work with and provide practical strategies for dealing with challenging or concerning behaviour.
The workshops will start at 09:00 and finish at 14:45.
Workshop 1 – Friday 13 September
Introduction to the Mental Health Champions programme
Introduction to mental health and listening skills
Workshop 2 – Friday 04 October
An introduction to attachment theory and Neuroscience
- Attachment Theory
- Adverse Childhood Experience
- Risk and Resilience
Workshop 3 – Friday 08 November
Cognitive behavioural and solution focussed techniques
Strategies for providing emotional support for children and young people
Workshop 4 – Friday 06 December
Supporting the whole school community
Emotional well-being for the whole school community, parents and School Staff
All four workshops of the Glasgow ‘Mental Health Champions – Class Teacher programme’ will be hosted by The Robertson Trust in central Glasgow.
The Robertson Trust,
152 Bath Street,