Optimus Mental Health And Wellbeing In Schools Conference commences tomorrow

07 November 2017

A positive day packed with practical, hands-on workshops and inspirational keynotes, this event will provide you with the confidence, skills and techniques to support all students with mental health difficulties in your school. Join leading mental health experts and high-quality practitioners and gain valuable guidance and skills to make a real difference to students affected by mental health difficulties.

Whilst Theresa May™s recent mental health pledges are welcomed, diminishing external support have resulted in more and more responsibility falling on your shoulders.

Are you confident you and your colleagues have the resources, skills and confidence to provide your pupils with the support they require?
Anxiety



What Can I Expect On The Day?



Gain techniques and strategies taken from therapeutic approaches to help students manage their anxiety and stress.

Resilience 
New ideas to help build students™ resilience, equipping them with the skills and confidence to cope with the challenges they face.

Whole-school support 
Develop a school-wide culture which provides proactive support to all pupils suffering from mental health difficulties.

Resources 
This event is the only place where you™ll gain access to a multitude of practical sessions alongside takeaway resources before, during, and after the event to ensure continuous support.

The event includes numerous guest speakers including one of our authors Nina Jackson - Click here for more information.



Click here for more information on the event and click here to view the programme for the day.


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