Dr Louise Mansell is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist at ‘Beyond Psychology’ (previously known as Nurture Psychology Rochdale).
In this episode, she discusses emotional regulation and what this may look like in children’s behaviour; emotional resilience and how every interaction we have with children can be therapeutic; and how listening to our instincts is a good thing!
Beyond Psychology is a not for profit social enterprise working with parents, carers children and schools, specialising in supporting children with early life trauma, with a large element of working to promote emotional well-being, and help people look beyond behaviour of young people and support them, to improve mental health in the future. It was co-founded by Dr Louise Mansell and Dr Kirsty Hughes.
Understanding the Neuroscience of Attachment and the Impact of Developmental Trauma, Toxic Stress and Shame
Wednesday 25th March and Thursday 26th March
Ziferblat Edge Street Manchester
Beyond Psychology Service delivers training to professionals working with children, to develop an understanding about the importance of early relationships and trauma on the way children and young people develop and subsequently learn & relate to others. The training builds knowledge about the impact of trauma & disruptions in these early relationships. We explore how to help these young people develop emotional regulation, resilience and recover.
**This training is only for professionals – we will run this training for parents and carers later on in the year**
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