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WEBINAR: Developing Self Care Skills
January 7 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 pm
Lockdown restrictions and the slow lifting of them has been challenging for everyone, including you …
Even with a strong understanding of your emotions and how you typically react, it’s important to analyse them regularly.
As professionals we are skilled at caring for our children and young people, providing a safe place and someone to listen. This can be an intense and demanding role in normal times but with many children and young people struggling with the stresses and additional anxieties provoked during a pandemic, many of us have been coping with a range of challenging situations from angry outbursts to the difficulties of trying to set and maintain boundaries to keep them safe and comply with government restrictions.
With all of this, it’s not surprising that professionals are reporting feeling tired, stressed and emotionally exhausted.
This online workshop has been developed to support emotional health and promote wellbeing.
It offers practical ideas for developing self care skills and habits that help soothe the mind and re-charge your batteries, without spending loads of money.
A must for any teacher, parent or carer
- What self-care is and why it is important
- Understand common triggers for stress and how the body reacts
- Reflect on current coping strategies to assess what’s working and areas to develop
- Develop a personalised self-care wheel and self-care plan
- Explore blocks to self-care in different areas of their lives
- Set goals to improve wellbeing and help sustain positive self-care in the long-term
This training can be linked to your continued professional development CPD and is a great way to network with other professionals
WHAT ARE THE TEACHING METHODS?
The session combines various teaching methods, including:
- An experiential exercise.
- Small group and pair work.
- Whole group discussion.
Practitioners working with young people in groups or 1-1 settings, e.g. school staff, youth workers, residential care workers:
• Learning Mentor
• Pastoral Lead
• Teaching Assistant
• Family support Worker
• Social Worker
• Support Worker
• Youth Worker
• Parents & Carers
Our training courses are designed to build your understanding of key issues and give you the confidence to make a difference in young people’s lives