Relevant for both Primary and Secondary school staff, this workshop will provide insights that will help you support your own well-being as you avidly work to support the well-being of others. The session will be led by psychotherapist Anna Robinson and experienced education leaders Mandy McCrohan and Anna Bateman from BEP’s NewStart team.
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- Mental Health Short: Staff Well-being
2nd March 2021
09:00 - 11:30
The Suicide First Aid (Lite) course gives learners the knowledge and tools to understand that suicide is one of the most preventable deaths and some basic skills can help someone with thoughts of suicide stay safe from their thoughts and stay alive.
A 90 minute session to learn more about the prevalence and impact of young suicide given the rise in cases of suicidal ideation and attempt due to the effects of the pandemic on CYP mental health, to explore language and the challenges of talking openly about suicide, to think about the ‘signs’ that may indicate someone is having thoughts of suicide, and to consider how we can all contribute to a suicide-safer community.
Reflective practice tools can be helpful if you are seeking to embed a wider culture of supervision in your school and where you are on a journey to being a trauma informed setting. This session will provide you with tools and techniques for when you and your teams become more reflective practitioners.
Led by Specialist Senior EP Kay Jackson and Psychotherapist and Supervisor Anna Robinson we will introduce you to a range of approaches for reflective practice. We will also consider the role of debriefs in school for incidents which may not be classed as 'critical' but are impactful nonetheless.