Get tips to tune into children’s emotions and increase levels of well-being with our ‘Children’s Well-being’ publication, written by Stacy Mann, NDNA Associate Trainer.
What will I learn?
According to the Mental Health Foundation, good mental health starts in infancy. Increasing levels of well-being in the first five years of the child’s life is key to future mental health.
Poor mental health affects one in ten children in the UK, leading to depression, self-harm, anxiety and conduct disorders. Only 30% of those children have had appropriate interventions.
This NDNA pocket guide aims to give practitioners an insight into how we can support children’s well-being. Throughout the book you will find case studies to illustrate how you can tune in to your children’s emotions and feelings. It aims to support you with positive outcomes for children. Once we understand the importance of well-being, we can focus on learning.
- What is the definition of well-being?
- The Brain, Chemicals and Hormones?
- Coping with Feelings and more!
This publication has been written by Stacy Mann.