Psychological Perspectives in Education and Primary Care (PPEPCare) training has been designed to help staff and volunteers to recognise and understand mental health difficulties in children and young people. It offers appropriate support and guidance to children, young people and their families using psycho-education and relevant psychological techniques, such as using a cognitive behavioural framework. Training consists of instructive teaching, experiential learning, group discussion and DVD material and is delivered by a qualified member of the local CAMHS services.
RVA is pleased to be offering a choice of four modules for the voluntary sector, each module 3 hours. Modules are: NOW (having helpful conversations with distressed young people), Self Harm, Anxiety and Low Mood.
- In the first instance please contact Charlotte: charlotte.netherton-sinclair@
rva.org.uk to express your interest stating your preferred module(s) and the number of staff/volunteers you would like to attend.
- Training is free of charge.