Our Mental Health Support Teams have developed a range of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) based Psychoeducational programmes and workshops. Psychoeducation involves learning about and understanding mental health and wellbeing. It’s the same as physical education, where you learn how your body works, how to look after it and the impact of different stress and strains, but instead we apply it to the mind.
Our train the trainer model is UK CPD accredited and enables non-therapeutic practitioners to deliver the programmes universally as part of early help and prevention. We have already delivered this training to a number of educational settings across Stockton and Hartlepool, supporting them to develop their whole school approach to mental health and wellbeing.
Friday, 10th November 2023
Thursday, 16th November 2023
A playful approach to psychoeducation, relationship building and emotional regulation
‘5 Weeks to Wellbeing’ is suitable for young people 11+ and aims to promote better understanding and management of good mental health and wellbeing.
A 1.5hr Accredited CPD training session for staff is available
Thursday, 18th January 2024
Monday, 18th March 2024
The workshop aims to increase awareness of mental health, acknowledges recent changes due to COVID-19 as well as providing pupils with strategies they can use to look after their mental health and wellbeing.
Wednesday, 4th October 2023
Tuesday, 5th December 2023
Thursday, 15th February 2024
Supporting Year 6 children through transition to secondary school.
Thursday, 9th May 2024
October – TBC
Tuesday, 28th November 2023
Tuesday, 27th February 2024
Thursday, 9th May 2024
This programme is suitable for those that often experience strong emotions particularly anxiety or anger and aims to support young people to regulate to reduce the impact on their mental health wellbeing by considering the impact of intense emotions on thoughts, feelings and behaviour.
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