School mental health supervision – Place2Think

School mental health supervision – Place2Think

A supportive forum for education professionals supporting positive mental health in school communities. Facilitated by Place2Be clinicians experienced in school and community settings.

 

Who is it for?

  • Place2Think for professionals who work with children and young people to reflect on their work and explore issues raised
  • Suitable for teaching, non-teaching, pastoral or leadership teams. Individuals can sign-up to join a group of their peers, or schools and organisations can commission this service for a group

What does it cover?

  • Understanding behaviour
  • Issues in the playground or classroom
  • Building resilient relationships with children and young people with mental health needs
  • Reflecting on our emotional responses to children and young people
  • Practising self-care, managing stress
  • Devising a whole-school approach to mental health.

Register your interest

Headteachers & CEOs

Includes:

  • Access to our online Introduction to Mental Health training programme
  • Headteacher packages have access to our School Mental Health Audit tool.

Closed group for 6-8 people

  • Six 120-minute group sessions


OR

Individual session

  • Six 60-minute individual sessions for Headteachers

School Leadership or Class-based staff groups

Includes:

  • Access to our online Introduction to Mental Health training programme
  • Leadership packages have access to our School Mental Health Audit tool.

Closed group for 6-8 people

  • Six 90-minute group consultations
Being able to reflect on your practice with someone in a neutral, compassionate and non-judgemental way who is able to offer guidance and advice is essential. Student teacher, Scotland

Find out more

Place2Think is free in some areas. For more information and pricing please get in touch using our enquiries form.

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