Girls and Autism – Flying under the radar

This guide aims to: + introduce the debate around autism and gender + identify key issues for girls with autism spectrum conditions + provide practical school-based support strategies + share family, professional and academic perspectives.

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MHFA England launches best-practice workplace guidance

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England has today launched best-practice guidance for employers on how to implement Mental Health First Aid in the workplace. This follows the Health and Safety Executive’s (HSE) recent enhancement of its…

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Wellbeing Action Plan – Youth

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Engaging all students with The Political Toolkit

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Reframing the conversation on the social determinants of health

Why are health inequalities and the social determinants often left out from the public debate about health? Our new briefing on #FramingHealth with @FrameWorksInst gives insights into how the public think about what makes us…

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Why introduce Mindfulness to your school ?

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Using EFT for OCD – Journal CCYP Dec 2010

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Healthcare, Educators and Policy Makers – Is Therapy Facing a Revolution?? – Why EFT deserves your attention

EFT / Tapping as a body based or somatic approach now has over 130 research trials.

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Christmas is coming & we are on the NICE list

A historic moment for EFT – 5th Dec 2018 For the first time in world history a government agency has officially recommended EFT as worthy of government research funds for trauma/PTSD. Earlier this year AAMET,…

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Connect 5 training provides frontline staff with preventative approach skills

Mental health – Royal Society of Public Health – Effective course for frontline staff – Practical skills 10 October 2017 – source Pilot evaluation for new training programme shows positive results for frontline health and…

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Sharp rise in A&E attendances by young people with psychiatric conditions

By Neil Puffett  | 25 October 2018  – CYP Now There has been a steep rise in the number of young people aged 18 or under arriving at accident and emergency (A&E) departments in England…

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