June 30 – Using Social-Emotional Learning to Empower Young People

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Mentor are determined to bring evidence-based practice to mainstream education. We will do this through the delivery of free regional teacher training sessions and seminars exploring best practice in prevention and showcasing CAYT quality-assessed programmes for young people.

In June 2017 Mentor delivered a teacher training event ‘Understanding Prevention – Social Emotional Learning to Empower Young People’.  Speakers included Lauren Bond and Emma Dove, specialists in the field of social emotional learning, and Bridgid Normand, developer of the early years prevention programme Second Step. The aim of this session was to inspire practitioners to use evidence-based approaches to help young people with complex needs overcome anxiety-related behaviours.

Read a full overview on the Mentor website