COVID School Mental Health Guide
The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be an unprecedented experience for all of society – one that has and continues to effect many people, in many different ways.
In terms of its specific effect on teaching, the preparation for the re-opening of schools and other educational institutions has required you and your staff to execute monumental levels of planning, organisation, and implementation. Undoubtedly, this will have placed a huge demand on all involved as regards new modes of working and communication.
The reality is, of course, that the upheaval from restarting face-to-face teaching is only just the beginning. There will also be a host of longer term, psychological, knock-on effects to students that will need to be addressed and negotiated with full care and attention by teaching staff.
And it’s for this reason that KCS has created a valuable, mental health and well-being guidance document that you can download immediately to your phone, tablet, or computer…
The COVID School Mental Health Guide is a resource specifically designed by KCS lead counsellors, to support you and your team in returning to whatever the ‘new normal’ might be in your school, college, or university.
Below is a snapshot of some of the material you’ll discover in this powerful document…
How to Provide Emotional Support to Pupils, Staff, Parents and Carers
Providing Support to Students Whose Parents or Siblings are Suffering with Long Term Physical and/or Mental Illness
Supportive Ways to Assist Pupils Struggling with Suicidal Thoughts
Coping with Loss and Bereavement
Understanding Changes in Student Behaviour
How to Engage and Support Victims and Witnesses to Domestic Abuse
…plus much more!
To download your copy immediately, simply click the button below…