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Supporting Emotional Health and Wellbeing: Our Minds Matter Two-Day Residential Training
When: TBC, Wednesday 06 July 2022 Where: TBC This event is being organised by Fife Council This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.
This free two-day course is suitable for anyone who provides Emotional Wellbeing support to young people across Education, Social Work, HSCP, and partner services. The course aims to bring participants together to network and reflect on emotional health and wellbeing using the Our Minds Matter framework. View this document for more information.
Participants will look at emotional wellbeing from conception to late adolescence and consider their understanding of normal developmental stages and behaviours. Attendees will participate in a variety of activities and workshops that can be used to support and promote the mental wellbeing of children, families and themselves including anxiety, emotional regulation, and active listening. The importance of building partnership working will also be a key theme of the programme.
Increased awareness of the Our Minds Matter Framework.
Increased knowledge of the development of mental health from conception to late adolescence.
Increased knowledge of strategies/activities to support emotional wellbeing.
Increased knowledge of sources of professional support and sign-posting advice.
The two-day residential course will be led by members of the CAMHS Early Intervention Service and Our Minds Matter Leads. The course will be held at St Andrew’s University and there is no charge to participants. Please be aware that places are in high demand and if you are offered a place and fail to attend, you may incur a cost to your organisation.