Our Events Calendar contains a number of events that we think will be of particular interest to Practice Teachers and students. We list these events in good faith. Please contact the organisers directly to book your place. If you would like your event added to our calendar, please email info@scopt.co.uk


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September 2017

Understanding bereavement, trauma and loss: a workshop on grief-informed practice

15th September 2017
Children in Scotland, Level 1 Rosebery House
Edinburgh , EH12 5EZ United Kingdom
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£89.10

To varying degrees we are all affected in some way by our life experiences of attachment, trauma and grief.

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Positive mental health in children and young people

26th September 2017
Children in Scotland, Level 1 Rosebery House
Edinburgh , EH12 5EZ United Kingdom
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£89.10

Just as first aid can help prevent physical injury from becoming worse, mental health first aid can support improvement in mental wellbeing.

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The Morag Faulds Memorial Lecture 2017

26th September 2017, 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Brough Hall Paisley Campus, Paisley Campus, University of the West of Scotland (UWS), High Street,
Paisley, PA1 2BE United Kingdom
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Free

The University of the West of Scotland (UWS) invites you to attend The Morag Faulds Memorial Lecture 2017

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October 2017

Life Story Work with troubled children

2nd October 2017
Aberdeen
£109.00

a seminar with Richard Rose

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Girls and autism

3rd October 2017
Children in Scotland, Level 1 Rosebery House
Edinburgh , EH12 5EZ United Kingdom
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£89.10

This seminar will be led by Sarah Hendrickx, an expert and author in Autism Spectrum conditions and neuro-diversity, who also happens to have Asperger Syndrome.

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Supporting children and young people who internalise their distress

4th October 2017
Glasgow
£89.10

There are many reasons why children internalise their distress rather than act out.

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