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- World Mental Health Day 2018 The theme of this year’s World Mental Health Day is “young people and mental health in a changing world”. Half of...
- SCIE findings in relation to NIS programmes have been published The SCIE has published their findings in relation to Models of care and care pathways to support the mental health and wellbeing of looked...
'RESuLT taught me how the brain can unlearn and learn again' - Residential Child Care Worker
The purpose of the training is to enable staff to develop the skills needed to manage their day-to-day work; specifically balancing behaviour management with helping young people develop self-efficacy and the skills they will need in life. The curriculum includes:
- promoting a whole home approach, positive living and learning environment
- enhancing self regulation
- positive behaviour management strategies such as modelling
- management of negative and risky behaviours
- understanding adolescent development and the effects of abuse and neglect on young poeple and the developing brain
- communication and relationship skills