Empowering Education:

Addressing Child Trauma &
Supporting Mental Health in Schools

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About 1 hour

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About this Webinar

Join us for an insightful webinar dedicated to supporting wellbeing in educational settings. In this session, our expert speakers will provide actionable tips to empower educators in fostering a supportive and nurturing environment for all.

Join us to learn:

  • Valuable insights and practical strategies to navigate the complexities of child trauma, understanding the signs to look out for and how to approach pupils that may be suffering from mental health issues.
  • The benefits of collaborating in support of mental health in schools and how to make the most of all available resources.
  • How software solutions can support education settings in identifying and addressing mental health concerns.

About the Presenters

Daniel Wilsher
Mental Health Speaker, Trainer and Consultant

Daniel is an award-winning mental health speaker and founder of The Damaged Goods Co., an organisation formed to raise awareness around mental health and the effects of childhood trauma within educational and corporate settings. Speaking passionately about his own personal experiences, Daniel recently completed ‘100 Talks for Change’, sharing his story and the skills, tools, knowledge and courage to cope with life’s challenges.

Thomas Courtley
Education Consultant, Former Faculty Leader & Teacher

Thomas Courtley is a former faculty leader and teacher. With over a decade of experience within the UK education system, Thomas brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise. His decision to work in outer Southeast London, within comprehensive schools with high levels of Pupil Premium Students, stems from his own background and experiences. Thomas is dedicated to supporting teachers in finding their perfect teaching style, working on pupil wellbeing and low-pressure mood assessing.

Watch now to make a positive impact
on mental health in your school community.