Anxiety Management 27th March 2014 London

You and your colleagues are invited to take part in Solent NHS Trust’s innovative Anxiety Management Workshop

 The training is aimed at staff supporting young people in Secondary, Further & Higher Education (although we welcome staff from the Primary Years setting, please be aware the Discovery Guide to Anxiety is written for the older age group).

 We believe our training will leave you well-equipped to support and prepare students prior to stressful periods in the academic calendar.

The one day workshop will provide you with the following:

•      an understanding of what causes anxiety: highlighting the range of anxiety-provoking situations young people may face

•      an understanding of the effects of anxiety:

  • ·        physical – the symptoms anxiety can have on the body in the short and long term
  • ·        mental – the negative thoughts anxiety can generate in a young person’s mind, and how this can affect them and their understanding of the world around them
  • ·        behaviour –  how anxiety can affect a person’s behaviour & what we may observe in our daily interactions with young people

•      information on how to access NHS services for young people experiencing  more severe forms of anxiety.

 You will also workshop how to deliver anxiety management sessions to young people in your organisation  

 All delegates will receive 250x copies of the Discovery Guide to Anxietyto use with Students; Staff; Colleagues & Parents

Click here for more details:http://www.emotionalfirstaid.co.uk/products

 

This one day workshop will be held in London on Thursday 27th March 2014

 

Venue:

 

Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel

354 Queenstown Road

London

SW8 4PP

 

www.pestana.com

 

The course will run from 10:00am – 16:30pm

Lunch and refreshments will also be included.

 

The cost of the workshop is £250 per person.

  

 Feedback from previous Anxiety Management workshops:

 ·        “I learned how to present information about stress and anxiety in a straightforward way to various audiences (students, staff and parents) and to offer tips for how to manage anxiety symptoms”

 ·        “I learned how to break down the idea of anxiety management to others both pupils and staff.  Although I already knew a lot of the information about anxiety – I didn’t really know how to bring it all together in a coordinated form.” 

 ·        “I feel better equipped to help anxious pupils.”

 ·        “As Head of year for the 5th year (Year 11) in my school I was particularly concerned with the level of anxiety amongst pupils in my year group.  A significant part of their final study skills session is now allocated to ‘Anxiety Management’ using information/ skills from this course and the booklet.”

 ·        “Students have benefitted from the excellent booklets”

 * Full details of feedback from previous courses are available on request.

 For more information, or if you would like to book a place for yourself or one of your colleagues, please email: info@emotionalfirstaid.co.uk  or phone the Emotional First Aid Team on: 02380 716650 or 02380 716675.

 There is a growing body of evidence to suggest that if we invest in promoting well-being and building up resilience in children and young people they will achieve far greater outcomes.  If you are interested in discovering more on this we recommend the following report by the Children & Young People’s Mental Health Coalition: http://www.cypmhc.org.uk/media/common/uploads/Final_pdf.pdf

Along with this news story featured on the BBC News Website last year:

 STRESSED PUPILS GET LOWER RESULTS

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-23958164

  If the dates or location of these courses are not suitable for you, your staff team/ organisation but you are interested in attending this training, please contact us.  We can look to deliver further courses in or nearer to your locality if there is sufficient demand.  (In order to make the training day viable we would need a minimum of 12 delegates)

 We look forward to hearing from you.

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