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Conferences and events

Conference - 26 September 2019

Emotional Wellbeing Conference

Improving Emotion Regulation - for the mental health, wellbeing and attainment of children.

Keynote Speaker - Dr Janet Rose (PhD, MA, PGCE, BA (Hons), FHEA).

Janet Rose

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Conference - March 2018

Emotional Wellbeing Conference

Improving Emotion Regulation – for the mental health, wellbeing and attainment of children.

Keynote Speaker - Dr Janet Rose (PhD, MA, PGCE, BA (Hons), FHEA).

Janet Rose

Workshops included:

  • Working with parents using emotion coaching – Dr Janet Rose
  • Exploring wellbeing through philosophical enquiry – Stephen Bovey – Highgate School
  • The impact of bullying on mental health – Hannah Kinsey – Young:Minds

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Conference - November 2017

Emotional Wellbeing Conference launching Haringey Relational Approach to Resilience

Keynote Speaker: Dr Larry Brendtro.

Dr Larry Brendtro

Conference feedback

‘Excellent keynote speaker’

‘Provided a great theoretical foundation’

‘It’s good to have joint understanding of approach across Haringey services’

‘I’ll use it to inform colleagues and impact the way we work with families and individuals’

‘I’ll use it to deliver staff inset on resilience and wellbeing to encourage and develop staff’s attitude in these areas’

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13 September 2019

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