The Emotional Rollercoaster (T2)

FREE interactive webinar to help teachers support children who are struggling with their emotions.

This webinar is currently being piloted with our volunteers and partner churches. But we are already receiving lots of interest from schools connected to the TLG programmes. So we would love to give the opportunity for teachers to help us pilot this resource in readiness for it being available to all schools from September.

For July and August ONLY we will deliver this training and resource FREE for teachers who will join us for this trial period.

The Emotional Rollercoaster offers therapeutic responses, approaches and activities to explore emotional health with children and young people aged 8-14 years. It will be especially relevant for supporting children who have been impacted by lockdown and COVID-19.

It will answer the following questions for practitioners and students: 

  • What is emotional health? 
  • How can we handle big emotions? 
  • What does effective Emotional First Aid look like? 
  • How can we learn to reduce stress for ourselves and others? 

This event is an invite-only version of the training that we will be rolling out nationally in September. We'd love to have you there!

Can't make it, but would like to know about future events? Great! Click here to register your interest.

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24th August 2020, 18:30-20:30


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