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Previous webinars

Self Harm & Eating Disorders in Children & Young People

Our children and those who support them in schools need to know that it’s ok not to be ok. How we manage this makes all the difference.

About this event
Our host Ella will talk you through what self-harm and eating disorders mean for children and young people, and how to respond effectively. As well as looking at how we identify self-harm and eating disorders, we will cover the following:

Self Harm

What is self-harm?
What are the different ways someone can self-harm?
What ways can we respond to self-harm concerns?
What can we implement in schools to support young people?

Eating Disorders

What are the different eating disorders?
How do they affect young people?
What ways can we respond to eating disorder concerns?
What can we implement in schools to support young people?

This webinar will be interactive and is led by Ella who is a Mental Health First Aider who regularly chairs and keynotes on mental health, self-harm and eating disorders.

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Safeguarding – It’s OK not to be OK. Mental Health in Schools

Our children and those who support them in schools need to know that it’s ok not to be ok. How we manage this makes all the difference.

About this event
In this mental health session, we talked about how to equip staff in managing concerns about young people’s mental health and how to support staff’s emotional health and wellbeing. We explored the following areas:

What do we understand about mental health?
What are the signs?
How do we respond to mental health concerns that we have about children?
What issues might we expect due to lockdown?
What are some of the top tips and the dos and the don’ts?
A look at some support that is available for all ages.

Our host Ella is a British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy accredited person-centred and gestalt trainer. Ella is a safeguarding consultant and NSPCC accredited safeguarding trainer and trained in Mental Health First Aid.

Dealing With ADHD in the Post-Lockdown Classroom

About the webinar

Imagine for a moment being hyperactive, impulsive and inattentive and kept at home for 12 weeks or more. The absence of friendships, structures you rely on, that favourite teacher that ‘understands you’.

That’s the stark reality for many children with ADHD. This webinar focused on new thoughts, consistently proven treatment concepts and culminated in asking the audience what they want to know about returning to the ADHD classroom.

This workshop was delivered by Phil Anderton PhD and Lisa Mangle, directors of ADHD 360 Limited. 360 have NHS and private patients across the UK, from the age of 5 through to 73. Lisa has been a clinician for over 18 years and has specialised in ADHD for 16 of those; she is also a former teacher. Phil is a former police officer, management consultant and author on ADHD.

Dealing With Increased Disclosures After Lockdown

About the webinar

Since lockdown began, the NSPCC has recorded a 20% increase in the number of calls they have received. Schools are rightly concerned that that teachers and support staff will have to deal with a higher number of disclosures relating to child protection issues as more children are back at school.

This workshop was delivered by Ella Savell-Boss, an NSPCC accredited safeguarding trainer and former Director of Safeguarding at a large multi-academy trust.

It provided guidance and knowledge on child protection and dealing with increased disclosures. It focused on the following 3 areas:

Preparing for returning to school
Managing increasing numbers of disclosures
Support for Designated Safeguarding Leads.

The session is suitable for all those working with children up to and including DSLs and SLT.