Cranbrook School Parents’ Association will be hosting a parent talk on ‘Teenage Emotional Wellbeing’ on Wednesday 16th January 2019.
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The session will include practical tips for communicating with distressed teenagers:
– Feeding the teenage brain – Improving communication with our teens – Building empathy for struggling students
At Cranbrook School we take the emotional wellbeing of our students and staff very seriously. It has been shown that parents and staff can really help to increase the resilience of all students with a programme of prevention and early intervention using simple, yet well researched techniques based on cognitive behavioural therapy, motivational interviewing and learned optimism.
Speakers include Jenny Langley, a trainer for the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust, and Michelle West of the Sam West Foundation.
Since her son recovered from anorexia in 2004, Jenny has tirelessly campaigned to raise awareness around child and adolescent emotional wellbeing.
Jenny is a trainer for the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust and has delivered a range of seminars on resilience, body image
and self esteem at schools throughout Kent.
She has worked closely with leading teaching hospitals, including King’s College and the Maudsley, been involved in research studies and piloted several courses both for students and parents.
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