On October 2nd 2021  Dr Sarah Temple  hosted an 'all Emotions are OK' webinar for parents and carers

On the panel : Lucy Beney, Becca O'Mahony, Shane Dangar, Lucy Silk, Vickie and Fee

Before you watch the recordings below you might want to check out the pre-webinar flexi learning and find out about The Hand Model . The first recording below is a 3 minute clip of Sarah talking about the River of Wellbeing and the second the full two hour Live Event. 


 

Quote from Shane Dangar - ( Young Person with lived experience of growing up with neurodiversity):

“I would like to add to the record that young people can gain labels like autism ADHD and others and that this can be a double-edged sword because although  for many the knowledge of their individual difference can be truly empowering,  those labels can lead people in that young person’s ecosystem to assume there are "correct" ways to work with that person. Its important to remember that all young people Special Educational Needs or not are individuals and what works for one may not work for another.” 

 

 

BOOK FOR  'ALL EMOTIONS ARE OK' Part Two Live Event on  November 6th 2021

 this webinar is funded by Somerset County Council, Early Years and is for Somerset parents and carers

 

Hand outs and video clips for webinars one and two

 

 

Resources for parents, carers and parents-to-be

Professor John Gottman's research has shown that an Emotion Coaching parenting style can influence a child's emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is the ability to understand and control  our emotions, as well as being able to communicate with others about feelings. Children with good emotional intelligence  have better emotional, social and physical functioning, as well as fewer behavioural difficulties.

To find out more about emotion coaching click here for our e-learning portal 

 

Click here to view Sarah's 'all emotions are OK' book on Amazon

 

 

 School Readiness Project

In 2021 EHCAP was funded by Public Health to run a school readiness pilot in Yeovil.

This pilot has now been extended to the whole of Somerset. The referral criteria this year:

  • Parents, carers,Public Health Nurses, Midwifery Team or Early Years settings notice that a child is struggling with their emotions and are concernend that they may have difficulty settling into reception
  • Mum is pregnant

BOOKING FORM 

  In Somerset nearly 200 staff from health and care services including head teachers, teachers, GPs, health visitors, parent family support workeres, family support workers have trained to facilitate Tuning in to Kids or Tuning in to Teens Emotion Coaching parent groups.


Tuning in to Kids On line modules for parents and carers

 

Information about Tuning in to Kids and Tuning in to Teens online parent groups

with Elizabeth Peacock

 

Facebook Page for Parents

 

Pinterest Page for Parents

 

 

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