Somerset Emotional Wellbeing Programme

Published: November, 2014

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Children and Young People Emotional Wellbeing Programme – Building Resilience through Training and Resources

 

We are delighted to confirm that Bath Spa University and EHCAP will be working with Somerset County Council providing theTraining and Resources part of  the  Emotional Wellbeing Programme in Somerset in 2015.

We will be working collaboratively with the Children and Young People's Engagement Programme, the Primary Mental Health Link Workers  and with the team developing the Mental Health Tool kit .


Emotion Coaching Training for the Children and Young People’s workforce in Somerset

 

Bath Spa University and EHCAP – a Somerset based social enterprise - are working together to provide Emotion Coaching Training to the children and young people’s workforce in Somerset. The training is based on Bath Spa’s Attachment Aware Schools Programme and both organisations’ work on emotion coaching, inspired by Professor John Gottman’s research in the USA. We will train 20 champions in each of the five districts to take on leadership roles within their own organisations and across services working with professionals and young people to increase everyone’s understanding of emotional health and wellbeing and to enable a better appreciation of when and how to refer on for help. Dr Janet Rose and Richard Parker currently work within Bath Spa University while Dr Sarah Temple is a GP working in South Somerset who leads EHCAP . Contact Bath Spa for more information by emailing Richard on r.parker@bathspa.ac.uk or start a conversation with Sarah on twitter @ehcapsarah .
 

 

 

 

 

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