Self-directed online training

Event description

This course explores mental health for children aged 0-12 years. It will help practitioners to identify the factors that support positive mental health in children, and understand how the different parts of a child’s world interact to influence their social and emotional wellbeing.

Throughout this course, learners will be invited to consider the foundational importance of a child’s relationship with their parent(s) or caregiver(s), and to reflect on the factors that can affect this relationship.

This session will cover:

This course will take approximately one hour to complete, and includes reading the material, videos and reflective activities. It is designed to be undertaken individually, but can also be used as a prompt for conversations between colleagues.

Eligibility criteria

This course will provide the necessary foundational knowledge for learners who want to enhance their work with children, families or parents, to develop their understanding of child mental health or to further engage with Emerging Minds’ resources.

Note: This course is intended as an introduction to child and infant mental health, and the continuum of child wellbeing. It outlines the factors to consider when supporting a child and their family but does not include specific practice techniques.

Categories: Families & carers, Younger persons mental health
Disciplines: Allied Health, Lived Experience Workforce, Medical, Nursing
Levels: Introductory, Intermediate
Lifespans: Infant, Child

1 hour

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Provided by Emerging Minds