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Social and Emotional Wellbeing
CAMHS
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Information for Young People
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Information for Schools/Parents/Carers
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TaMHS
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Mental, Emotional, and Behavioural Disorders Are Real
What to look for
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A Guide for Parents
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A Guide for Referrers
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Referrals
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What you should know
Brain development/attachment
 
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Early Experience
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Pre-disposing Factors
Communication
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Communication skills
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Conflict resolution
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Creating a positive learning environment
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Emotional literacy
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Change & Loss
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Separation & Divorce
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Bereavement
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PTSD
Stress Management
Physical Exercise & Wellbeing
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Healthy eating habits for your child
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Mood & Food
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Packed lunches
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Eating disorders
Behaviour
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What shapes behaviour
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Changing behaviour
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Motivational interviewing
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Cognitive behaviour therapy
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Stages of behaviour change
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Systems
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Tips for relationships and behaviour
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Pitfalls to avoid
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Food, development and behaviour
Educational psychology
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Suffolk portage service
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Early years and childcare
What works
Nurture Groups
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What is a nurture group?
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Friends for Life

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What is Friends for Life?
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Parenting
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Programme descriptions
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Triple P
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Parenting and skills for families
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Parenting Universal
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Parenting workshops for parents and carers
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Parent partnership helpline 01473 265210
CAF
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Information for families
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CAF forms & paperwork
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National eCAF
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CAF training
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ACCORD
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Further Information
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Why is this important?
 
A child's social and emotional development has significant implications for current and later social and emotional functioning, for educational, and employment success. If emotional development is fostered at a young age, children are more likely to settle well into school, work cooperatively, confidently and independently, behave appropriately and have better life opportunities.
 
A child with poor social and emotional development is at risk of poor relationships with peers, academic problems, later involvement in crime and developing physical health and adult mental-health problems simply because they don’t know how and must be provided with experiences and support which will help them to develop a positive sense of themselves and of others; respect for self and others; social skills; and a positive disposition to learn.
 
All carers, both in the home and community e.g. school, must ensure support for children's emotional well-being to help them progress and develop.
 
Promoting children's social and emotional wellbeing in primary education
 
Promoting young people's social and emotional wellbeing in secondary education
 
 
 
 
 
If you have concerns about a child’s safety, please follow your own processes and policy within your organisation or alternatively click here for urgent referrals
 
 
 
 
Please click here for guidance and information about:
 
 
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