Book Club:   Relationship Health: The Missing Link in Children's Wellbeing

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MONTHLY BOOK CLUB
RELATIONSHIP HEALTH: 

THE MISSING LINK IN CHILDREN'S WELLBEING

To support the beta launch of the Relationship Health Book we are also opening up the Relationship Health Matters Book Club - Thurs 5.30-6.30pm

SIGN UP HERE IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO JOIN IN A  BOOK CLUB DISCUSSION


NEXT DATES - Thurs 5.30-6.30 - Week 4 - FREE for the next 3 months

Thurs 25th November 5.30-6.30  (by zoom)
Thurs 23rd December 5.30-6.30pm 
Thurs 27th  January  5.30-6.30pm 
               
       REGISTER HERE

Monthly opportunity to check in and discuss all thoughts and ideas around the professional practice of Relationship Health

Introducing the new Relationship Health: The Missing Link in Children's Wellbeing Book Club.  Anytime we are learning something new it’s important to have a chance to talk about what we are learning.  It is help to process our thoughts and feelings about the information that is being considered.

If you are thinking of exploring the relationship health question, this is an excellent place to start.

Caring for children in professional and personal roles is one our most important jobs.

Relationship Health is a simply written book that help guide professionals and parents into an understanding of something that is missing in our everyday thinking about child and adult mental health and wellbeing

Relationship Health: The Missing Link in Children's Wellbeing (and the Five Steps Way Forward Book Club)  is for professionals who work with children and families (many of whom are also parents) who suspect that we have been missing something important in our schools and community practices with regard to children, families and mental health.   Why have all our efforts not been producing the outcomes we say we want?   What does the evidence tell us about what has been overlooked?

The Relationship Health Book Club
The Relationship Health Book Club is a 3 week opportunity to think about the issues raised in the Relationship Health book and a chance to get to know other professionals who are interested in learning more about the same questions  CLICK HERE

RELATIONSHIP HEALTH BOOK CLUB 

Take some time out to reflect on issues pertaining to children’s mental health practice in our monthly book club
Each month there will be two small groups -

I) one discussing responses to the Relationship Health Matters Book
ii) one discussing responses to a book or film of the groups choice.

The book club has a mission to help you tackle a big topic through small steps with the immediate aim of identifying some practical actionable steps that can make a difference in your setting.

Book Sections

Step 1: Acknowledge the Fog:  Why are so many children struggling?
Step 2: Become Informed:  What does the evidence REALLY say about what children need to thrive?
Step 3: Take Stock, Take Care of You:  Applications of I Matter Thinking

Step 4: Develop Routines: Practical Steps to Improved Relationship Health
Step 5: Policy and Practice of Relationship Health

Where next?


Pay as you go £5pp