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Training Wellness Practice

TRAINING AND CONSULTING FOR ORGANISATIONS

The Wellness Training Practice offers bespoke consultancy and CPD accredited courses designed to meet the needs of your organisation led by Psychiatrist – Dr Kiran Nijabat.

Dr Nijabat and the training team have developed a unique series of Continuing professional development (CPD) accredited courses that promote and develop an understanding of  mental wellness within schools, colleges, nurseries, care settings and businesses.

All our courses are accredited by CPD certification service as conforming to universally accepted continuous professional development guidelines. We can combine aspects of courses to deliver a bespoke, tailor made course to meet the needs of your staff and organisation. 

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We offer a range of courses to support mental wellness in schools, designed specifically for education professionals. Our trainers are experts in the field of mental wellness in schools and highly experienced in delivering continuing professional development. Courses take place at our London training office and we can provide onsite school training. These include:

Compassionate, insightful, practical- the advice Dr Nijabat gave us was invaluable. She helped us see the children we care for through fresh eyes. Highly recommended.

– Joe Layburn Head Teacher at Bancroft’s Prep School

Mental Wellness Workshop

Can be offered as a 3 hour (half day) or 6 hour (full day) course

Minimum no of delegates- 6
Maximum no of delegates- 30

Aims and Objectives:

  • What is mental health and mental ill health?
  • Stigma and discrimination
  • How to spot symptoms of mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders and psychosis
  • How to manage student’s anxiety at stressful times such as exam periods
  • Self-harm and suicide, identification and management
  • Mental Health first aid

Self-Harm and Suicide

3 hour course

  • What is self-harm?
  • Why is self-harm caused?
  • What is suicide? Key facts on suicidal behaviour in young people
  • How to identify suicidal students and interact with them
  • Assess and manage suicidal risk in young people, mental health first aid
  • Toolkit for the classroom-useful guidelines and policies to use with young people after a self-harm or suicide attempt.

Building Resilience

3 hour Course

  • What is resilience?
  • Introduction to developing young people’s resilience
  • What is Academic resilience?
  • What is Staff resilience in schools?
  • How bullying affects mental health-self harm
  • Practicing Mindfulness, Mental health first Aid and other strategies to improve resilience in vulnerable young people

Neurodevelopmental Disorders Workshop

3 hour Course

  • What is Autistic Spectrum Disorder? (ASD)
  • How to spot Signs and symptoms of ASD in school aged children
  • Multidisciplinary management of ASD
  • Key strategies teachers can use to manage ASD
  • What is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ? (ADHD)
  • How to spot signs and symptoms of ADHD in school ages children
  • Multidisciplinary management of ADHD

Eating disorders

3 hour course

  • What are eating disorders?
  • Definition of anorexia and bulimia, binge eating
  • How to spot signs and symptoms of eating disorders
  • How to respond effectively and manage appropriately

Family Wellness Training and Consultancy offer a range of services for professionals working within early years setting . Our courses support professionals in developing increased confidence and skills in understanding and meeting the needs of the children they work with, as well as the needs of their families and carers. Courses include:

Everyone really enjoyed the training and they felt comfortable and at ease with the trainer. We learnt a lot about child behaviour management strategies which we are now trying to implement in the nursery.

– Vasiliki Antonetsi Manager-Magic Roundabout Nursery, Stockwell

Child Behaviour Management Workshop

Minimum number of delegates – 6
Maximum number of delegates – 20

The aim of this Workshop is to increase participants understanding of
children’s feelings and how these may affect their behaviour.  The Workshop will provide participants with an understanding of the importance of looking at triggers for children’s challenging behaviour.  Promoting positive behaviour in an early years setting and looking at the role the adult has to play.

The Workshop will support practitioners as they consider strategies to promote positive behaviour and gain knowledge in working in partnership with parents when dealing with behavioural concerns.  The workshop will discuss real case studies and give practical advice and behaviour support plans for practitioners to use.

This Course is suitable for practitioners and parents.

Neurodevelopmental Disorders Workshop

3 hour Course

  • What is Autistic Spectrum Disorder? (ASD)
  • How to spot Signs and symptoms of ASD in school aged children
  • Multidisciplinary management of ASD
  • Key strategies teachers can use to manage ASD
  • What is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ? (ADHD)
  • How to spot signs and symptoms of ADHD in school ages children
  • Multidisciplinary management of ADHD

We offer a range of training and consultancy services for those working within the Looked After Children and Young People’s workforce. Our courses support professionals in developing increased confidence and skills in understanding and meeting the needs of the children and young people they work with as well as the needs of their carers. Courses take place at our London office, or where required onsite.

The Family Wellness Practice delivers bespoke training designed  to meet your service’s specific needs. Our expert trainers are specialists in all aspects of children and young people’s mental health. Various aspects of courses can be combined to meet the needs of your organisation. The courses include:

Dr Nijabat was clear and informative… there was no use of jargon and the format made the subjects presented both interesting and thought provoking.

– Nina Chaudhary Service Manager at Care2Share Children’s Residential Home & Family Assessment Centre.

Mental Wellness Workshop

Can be offered as a 3 hour (half day) or 6 hour (full day) course

Minimum no of delegates – 6
Maximum no of delegates – 30

Aims and Objectives:

  • What is mental health and mental ill health?
  • Stigma and discrimination
  • How to spot symptoms of mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders and psychosis
  • How to manage student’s anxiety at stressful times such as exam periods
  • Self-harm and suicide, identification and management
  • Mental Health first aid

Self-Harm and Suicide

3 hour course

  • What is self-harm?
  • Why is self-harm caused?
  • What is suicide? Key facts on suicidal behaviour in young people
  • How to identify suicidal students and interact with them
  • Assess and manage suicidal risk in young people, mental health first aid
  • Toolkit for the classroom-useful guidelines and policies to use with young people after a self-harm or suicide attempt.

Building Resilience

3 hour Course

  • What is resilience?
  • Introduction to developing young people’s resilience
  • What is Academic resilience?
  • What is Staff resilience in schools?
  • How bullying affects mental health-self harm
  • Practicing Mindfulness, Mental health first Aid and other strategies to improve resilience in vulnerable young people

Neurodevelopmental Disorders Workshop

3 hour Course

  • What is Autistic Spectrum Disorder? (ASD)
  • How to spot Signs and symptoms of ASD in school aged children
  • Multidisciplinary management of ASD
  • Key strategies teachers can use to manage ASD
  • What is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ? (ADHD)
  • How to spot signs and symptoms of ADHD in school ages children
  • Multidisciplinary management of ADHD

Eating disorders

3 hour course

  • What are eating disorders?
  • Definition of anorexia and bulimia, binge eating
  • How to spot signs and symptoms of eating disorders
  • How to respond effectively and manage appropriately

The Family Wellness Practice can help the workforce within the corporate world reduce stress in the workplace, reduce employee absenteeim from depression, anxiety and stress by undertaking courses in mental wellness, resulting in a healthier, happier workforce.

The Family Wellness Practice delivers bespoke training designed  to meet your service’s specific needs. Our expert trainers are specialists in all aspects of adult mental health. Various aspects of courses can be combined to meet the needs of your organisation.

Courses Include:

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Can be offered as a 3 hour (half day) or 6 hour (full day) course
Minimum no of delegates- 6
Maximum no of delegates- 30

Aims and Objectives:

  • What is mental health and mental ill health?
  • Stigma and discrimination
  • How to spot symptoms of mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders and psychosis
  • How to manage student’s anxiety at stressful times such as exam periods
  • Self-harm and suicide, identification and management
  • Mental Health first aid
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