There are still a few spaces left at this year’s ELSA conference in Hampshire.
ELSA Conference 2018 – ‘Building Resilience’
This conference will support staff in developing their understanding of resilience theory and offer practical advice and strategies which can be used to support both the children and young people ELSAs work with and the ELSAs themselves.
One day conference for trained ELSAs
Presented by Hampshire and Isle of Wight Educational Psychology
Dr Tina Rae – Key Note Speaker
Dr Tina Rae has over 30 years experience working with children, adults and families in both clinical and educational contexts within local authorities and specialist educational services. Tina specialises in social, emotional and behavioural disorders and difficulties.
Psychologists have long recognised that some children develop well despite growing up in high risk environments. This capacity to cope with adversity and even be strengthened by it, is at the heart of resilience. It is not something that people either have or don’t have – resilience is learnable and teachable and as we learn we increase the range of strategies available to us when things get difficult.
This key note will draw on insights from social care, CBT approaches and Positive Psychology, to develop an understanding of how resilience can be applied in work with children and young people.
Afternoon Workshops …..
- ‘ELSA skills to build pupil resilience’ – Sheila Burton, Educational Psychologist
- ‘Building resilience using Therapeutic Stories’ – Dr Laura Giles, Educational Psychologist
- ‘Resilience for Change and Transition’ – Lorraine Lee, Trainer (www.lorrainelee.org.uk)
- ‘Keeping your bucket stable’ (ELSA wellbeing)’ – Sonia O’Donnell, Headteacher
- ‘The Resilience Ball: A Framework for Thinking about Resilience’ – Dr Cath Lowther, Educational Psychologist