Our practitioner training covers introductory courses providing the basic knowledge and practical skills required to use Thrive as a whole-school, right-time wellbeing approach, through to more in-depth and intense Licensed Practitioner training for those looking to lead in a setting and provide reparative interventions on a one-to-one or small group basis.
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'.
This Licensed Practitioner training looks at how to develop a ‘right-time’ approach to helping babies and young children develop healthy, secure attachments and build their emotional resilience. The training focus is on the practical application of the theory and underlying concepts of the Thrive Approach, and how to use Thrive-Online for profiling, action-planning and progress monitoring.
This Licensed Practitioner training looks at why sometimes the disruptive behaviour children present with can be their way of communicating, and how your relationship with them can help them become more open to learning. Training covers how to help build resilience and enhance emotional wellbeing, with good mental health leading to improved learning capacity. It also includes using Thrive-Online for group and individual profiling, action-planning and progress monitoring.
Achieve Thrive Licensed Practitioner status with training that explores how to work effectively with adolescents as an ‘every child’ approach, especially vulnerable young people with disruptive and troubling behaviour. Training covers how to help build resilience and enhance emotional wellbeing, with good mental health leading to improved learning capacity. It also includes using Thrive-Online for group and individual profiling, action-planning and progress monitoring.
This training is for classroom-based staff in primary settings interested in using Thrive as a right-time approach to supporting the mental wellbeing of all the children and young people you work with. The course includes use of Thrive-Online for group screening and action-planning and explores some of the strategies and activities that can be easily incorporated into your teaching.