Children & Young People’s Emotional Wellbeing Online Training and Support

By July 16, 2020News

As part of the COVID-19 response to support schools and settings, Hull and East Yorkshire Mind have been working with Hull City Council and Hull Clinical Commissioning Group on a number of bite size training videos to support staff with issues that may arise following lockdown.

Below are some of the bitesize training sessions:

Conversations around Mental Health
How to have a conversation with a child or young person, incorporating lived experience of the importance of early conversations with the HEY Mind young people’s Ambassadors
Produced by Hull & East Yorkshire Mind – To access the video please click here.

Normalising Anxiety
Normalising anxiety using resources and tasks provided in the Chameleon lesson plans and other resources provided to settings. To include tools and techniques for managing anxiety and boundaries around appropriate referrals to services.
Produced by Hull & East Yorkshire Mind – To access the video please click here.

Anxiety & Trauma
Looking out for signs and symptoms of anxiety and trauma, incorporating lived experience of HEY Mind young people’s Ambassadors. Signposting to resources provided through Headstart and Hull City Services – Educational Psychology
Produced by Hull & East Yorkshire Mind – To access the video please click here.

Introduction to Mindfulness
An introduction to Mindfulness as a useful coping strategy for children and young people.
Produced by Hull & East Yorkshire Mind – To access the video please click here.

Understanding Behaviour
Where does behaviour come from and what might it be telling us. Understanding the behaviour does not mean that the behaviour should be forgotten about, consequences are still required when the behaviour is damaging to others or the environment.
Produced by Humber Teaching Foundation Trust – To access the video please click here.

Understanding Identity
Understanding the importance of people’s identity and top 10 tips to support young people.
Produced by Step out Project – To access the video please click here.

Starting Secondary School (Peer Mentors)
A short film aimed at young people transitioning from Primary to Secondary school. The film includes both staff and peer mentors outlining the project and the support they can receive to enable a positive transition.
Produced by Cornerhouse Yorkshire – To access the video please click here.

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