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Online - A Mind of Their Own - Building Children's Emotional Wellbeing
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Anxiety levels and poor mental health are on the rise in children and young people, and as a parent this can feel overwhelming … even at times debilitating. But there’s good news! You, as parents, have incredible power to help your children build strong emotional resilience and a healthy mental wellbeing.

This hour-long event will look at the unique opportunities and pressures facing young people today (including the COVID-19 pandemic) and explore the science of the mind, and why children act and react the way they do. We’ll consider whether this generation is less resilient or whether there really is an epidemic of anxiety.

Katharine Hill and Dr Rob Waller will share practical and preventative tools to see your children through the difficult times, as well as build resilience to guard against anxiety and depression.
12/05/2021
14:00
Online - A Mind of Their Own - Building Children's Emotional Wellbeing
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Anxiety levels and poor mental health are on the rise in children and young people, and as a parent this can feel overwhelming … even at times debilitating. But there’s good news! You, as parents, have incredible power to help your children build strong emotional resilience and a healthy mental wellbeing.

This hour-long event will look at the unique opportunities and pressures facing young people today (including the COVID-19 pandemic) and explore the science of the mind, and why children act and react the way they do. We’ll consider whether this generation is less resilient or whether there really is an epidemic of anxiety.

Katharine Hill and Dr Rob Waller will share practical and preventative tools to see your children through the difficult times, as well as build resilience to guard against anxiety and depression.
13/05/2021
14:00
Online - ACEs, Attachment and Culturally Competent Practice: Building healthier relationships and communities
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This webinar will be an opportunity to learn about ACEs, attachment theory and cultural competence in action and hear from three passionate and inspiring practitioners who are committed to creating healthier relationships and communities and, ultimately, positive change.
Amanda McIntyre - CEO of The For Baby’s Sake Trust. She led multi-agency and interdisciplinary teamwork experts to create the Trust’s trauma-informed and attachment-focused programme, For Baby’s Sake.
Anthea Benjamin - a UKCP registered Integrative Arts Psychotherapist, Group Analyst and Supervisor. She has worked for over 15 years in various settings including schools, community projects and within the NHS.
Dr Suzanne Zeedyk - a developmental psychologist and research scientist, with a speciality in attachment. She has become one of the leading voices in Scotland’s grassroots ACEs movement
13/05/2021
18:30

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