Vicarious Trauma: When Teaching Takes Its Toll

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Teachers are often the first point of contact and source of support for children who have experienced trauma, but caring for others can take a toll on our own mental health. Learn about the symptoms of vicarious trauma and the support available for school staff.

Case Study: Creative Arts Therapy

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Learn about Parbold Douglas CE Academy’s experience with our Creative Psychotherapy in Education service. Discover how our Art Psychotherapist worked with staff, pupils and parents, bringing the school together as a trauma-informed community.  

Meet the Team: Jeni Goodfellow-Pemsel

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Our success is built on developing strong relationships with schools, emphasising honesty, integrity, and always putting children first. We are proud to introduce you to members of our team and provide an opportunity for you to get to know them better.

Reasonable adjustments to invisible challenges

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The phrase ‘reasonable adjustment’ is often used in regards to altering the content or style of academic work in order to match the requirements of different pupils. However, it seems as if there is an oversight of the pupils with special education needs (SEN) stemming primarily from social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) difficulties.

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