Emotional Wellbeing

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Brief Introduction to Resilience Framework link

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand The Resilience Framework approach to working with children and young people and how it can be applied in to their own working practice.
  • Provide an opportunity to view the Risk and Resilience Framework website and its support tools to communicate effectively with children and young people.
  • Explore some of the resources provided to build Resilience competences in children or young people.
  • Understand how the Resilience framework can support practitioners in the SoS and Safeguarding process and as part of the Families Working Together Practice model.

Denise Wheatman & Emily Castle

 

Self-Harm – An animated film by young people link

A short animation about self-harm made by young people at Scarborough Child and Adolescent mental Health Service (CAMHS). With useful information and suggestions, this is an alternative view to other films about cutting. This one is lighter rather than miserable, while being honest and helpful. It features authentic stories from young people who have experienced self-harm and are in recovery now.

5 mins

Made for Tees Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust

 

Children & Young People Emotional Wellbeing link

Learning Outcomes

  • Identifying some of the factors affecting the wellbeing of CYP
  • Describing the presenting issues related to CYP
  • Highlighting what you can do to support CYP

Denise Wheatman & Emily Castle

 

www.wf-i-can.co.uk new children and young people’s support website link 

Please note this video doesn’t have any sound.

Learning Outcomes

  • Discover the rationale behind the website
  • A brief overview
  • How your organisation and groups can be involved
  • 12 mins

Denise Wheatman & Emily Castle

 

Hunger: A practical resource for family practitioners on physical and emotional hunger link

Aim: To enable practitioners to discuss issues around hunger with families

Objectives:

  • To enable practitioners to support families to recognise physical and emotional hunger
  • To provide practical tips for dealing with hunger
  • To give guidance on referral
  • 11 mins

Karen Thomas, Registered Dietitian

 

Sleep and Health: Optimising sleep potential for physical and emotional well being link

Outline of Presentation

  • To explore the importance of sleep and develop understanding of how the body clock works.
  • To develop an understanding of the links between sleep, resilience and mental health.
  • To develop an understanding of the strategies to optimise the chances of getting a good night’s sleep.
  • To explore resources available to use with children, young people and their families in everyday practice.
  • 32 mins

Sara Kendrick, CAMHS Primary Practitioner (Primary Intervention Team)

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