Family Links

Units 2 & 3 Fenchurch Court

Bobby Fryer Close

Cowley, Oxford, OX4 6ZN

01865 401800

info@familylinks.org.uk

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©2019 by Family Links: The Centre for Emotional Health

Staff Wellbeing & Emotional Health

All-Through Schools

This can be a full day, half day or twilight session for staff.

 

It is a practical, interactive workshop with opportunities to reflect, discuss and explore strategies together.

Learning Outcomes

 

On completion of this workshop, staff will: 

  • understand what emotional health is and why it matters

  • have explored strategies to support their own emotional health 

  • have recognised their part in supporting the emotional health of those around them

Workshop Overview

This workshop will introduce the concept of emotional health, exploring skills such as self-awareness, self-belief, self-agency, self-regulation, relationship skills.

 

There will be a focus on the importance of looking after our own emotional health if we are to support pupils well in their emotional health.

 

Creating an emotionally healthy workplace involves every adult and so there will also be opportunities to consider how individuals and relational habits can contribute to the emotional health of those around us.

 

Strategies for developing an emotionally healthy culture will be explored and practised.

Training Specification

Click to download our training specification.

Book Training

We would be delighted to come and work with your team at a time and location of your choice. Contact our education team to find out more on 01865 401800 or education@familylinks.org.uk.

Testimonials

"Very reassuring to reflect on the importance of our own wellbeing - it's not being selfish - it allows us to be the best we can be at our job."

"I really enjoyed having the time to reflect on this together as a staff team, all the ideas for supporting each other, & ways to maintain a healthy team bond (having fun together really helped too!)"