Join Helen Davidson for a full day Workshop:
A Deep Dive Into Social & Emotional Wellbeing
Who should attend?
This Workshop is essential learning for anyone working with children – educators, Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, Social Workers, Psychologists and Chaplains.
What’s going to be covered?
A uniquely practical workshop with skills you’ll be using the next day. Teaching the skills of social, emotional and learning resilience needs to start from early childhood. Making and keeping friends as well as sorting out the inevitable bumps in those relationships. Developing empathy. Coping with, and assertively managing teasing and bullying. Knowing how to name and tame feelings. And knowing the learning-to-learn tools and mindset that lead to success. These are THE skills and attitudes that keep a child connected to their learning journey.
Practical, effective, skills-based, child-friendly, evidence-based, completely resourced package for education and health professionals with…
- The two foundational tools of social & wellbeing that every child can learn
- The latest neuroscience about children’s social and emotional wellbeing
- A suite of tools that you can teach and every child can learn
- Australia’s latest Kids Matter approved social and emotional wellbeing program for early childhood and primary school
- Developing children’s awareness of feelings and how to manage them with evidence-based strategies
- Links to the Australian National Curriculum & Early Years Learning Framework
- A completely resourced package for K-6 education and transition to high school
- Applicability for allied health professionals, counsellors, social workers, psychologists, chaplains
- Individual and group therapy appropriate
- $240 Early bird registration – before October 17th
- $280 full course registration fee
- Student concessions available – please enquire
Lotteries House, 42 Wilson Street (cnr McDonald Street) Kalgoorlie
- Thursday 8th November
- 9am – 3.30pm
- Professional Learning Certificate on Workshop completion