We offer a range of free awareness sessions and open afternoons to provide an overview of the theory behind Thrive, the concepts we use and how the Thrive Approach supports the mental wellbeing of all the children and young people in a setting.
Clinical psychologist and board member of the Dyadic Developmental Practice Institute, Kim Golding, will be exploring 'Practicing in the moment: Bringing PACE, regulation and behaviour support together in educational environments'.
Internationally renowned clinical and consulting paediatric psychologist, Dr Mona Delahook from America, will be 'Looking Beyond Behaviours to Support Children’s Social and Emotional Development'.
The Early Years webinars show how Thrive can support the social and emotional health and wellbeing of babies and young children. The sessions cover taking a ‘right-time’ approach to developing healthy, secure attachments and building emotional resilience.
The Childhood Awareness webinars look at Thrive as a whole-school approach to supporting mental wellbeing for all children aged 5 to 11 in a setting. The sessions cover the connection between adults and children, and helping pupils become ready for learning.
The Adolescence Awareness webinars look at how Thrive can support staff working with teenagers. The changes to both their brains and bodies during adolescence provide fantastic opportunities to help them build emotional resilience. This in turn helps students become more open to learning.
In partnership with schools and settings using Thrive, the Virtual Open Events provide an overview to using Thrive and an opportunity to hear first-hand how Thrive has been implemented and the impact this has had on children and staff.