Wellbeing Training and Events Calendar
Find courses, webinars and activities in Suffolk to support the emotional wellbeing of children and young people.
New Crisis Tools learning guide to help you support young people in Crisis
New EBSA resources available to support children and families
Go to the EBSA Emotionally Based School Avoidance section for advice to support children who are anxious about going to school.
Restorative Justice Training
Leading on from the successful Keys to Inclusion training, the Psychology and Therapeutic Service are now offering Restorative Justice training to education setting staff across Suffolk.
PHE launches new Psychological First Aid training
The online training, developed by Public Health England, is now available for those supporting children and young people affected by coronavirus (COVID-19).
Support for young people's mental wellbeing
Young people in Suffolk have faced different pressures, uncertainties and challenges over the past year. This Support for young people's mental wellbeing document includes useful websites, organisations, helplines and apps that offer a range of support services.
A self referral mental health service for children, teenagers, and adults offering counselling, advice and support, and free support groups for under 25s. Visit teenagementalhealth.co.uk
- 7 ways to support children and young people who are worried - useful guide from Anna Freud.
- Anxiety in children and young people - Advice page for parents and carers.
Teachers, health and social workers, volunteers, carers and parents who care/work with children and young people aged up to 25, can now access new online Psychological First Aid (PFA) training course (This course is free to complete just ignore the option to buy the course certificate).
Inclusion Mindset Training - This 'Keys to Inclusion' Training is aimed at Mental Health Leads to support their wellbeing.
Wellbeing for Teachers Newsletter - This newsletter by the Wellbeing Service has advice to help staff look after their wellbeing.