Behaviour support needs to consider wider emotional and social issues that surround the child/young person/family. Many behaviour problems become habitual patterns of reacting to situations. The earlier the intervention the greater the opportunity for success.
Courses delivered in school, or on-line
1 hour webinar with Q & A £125
4 hour on-line interactive course (2 x 2 hour sessions on two seperate days) £450
Courses are tailored to staff needs
Generic course outlines include
Support for School Staff Wellbeing and Mental Health
Autism and its Impact in School
Managing Pupil Stress and Anxiety
Mental Health Awareness in schools
Attachment Issues in School
Raising Awareness and Support for Pupils at Risk of Self-harm/Suicide
Managing Eating Disorders in School
Getting to Grips with Girl Bullying
Exploring Resilience and Increasing Healthy Coping Strategies
Strategies for School Staff - Managing Pupils' Addictive Behaviours
ALL COURSES NOW INCLUDE STRATEGIES FOR THE IMPACT OF COVID-19
Dr Sam Littlemore Ph.D., B.Sc., C.Psych., Dip. CBT., AFBPS., FRSA.
Sam is a Child Psychologist, Chartered Psychologist, academic and practitioner. Throughout the last 20 years she has worked with over 4,000 schools. In 2008, Sam was nominated and elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts for her work with children.
Her focus is on improving the well-being of young people and the whole-school environment through raising awareness, and increasing strategies, for issues of welfare, safeguarding, mental health and addressing reasonable adjustments and provision. Policy and practice advice are embedded in all courses.
Sam currently works with families and schools helping to develop bespoke support for psychological well-being and behaviour management. She is a leading specialist in understanding and managing school bullying and has been an anti-bullying advisor for over 3,500 schools.
Sam has run two child-centred research companies working with leading children's charities and DfE initiatives. She has worked in court with vulnerable defendants, assessment and diagnosis for ASD/C and is also an author of academic papers and the book now in many schools, ‘Girl Bullying – Do I Look Bothered!’