Alumina is an interactive workbook based resource that can be used in a one to one or group setting to help young people better understand their self-harm, explore alternatives and take the first steps towards a place of recovery. The material is a balance of practical and reflective activities and provides each young person with a journal to track their individual journey.
14 May 2020
Youthscape, 74 Bute Street, Luton, LU1 2EY
Local parking available (charges apply)
Providing you with 6 sessions of tried and tested material, Alumina enables a young person to better understand why they harm, the addictive nature of self-harm, how to communicate when struggles come, self-regulation, developing positive relationships and then empowers young people to use alternative coping strategies. This course walks you through each week of the Alumina course material and offers key considerations in setting up and running a group in your school or organisation. The training will enable you to confidently deliver Alumina sessions for young people either one to one or in a group in the location where you work, and is ideal for those working in schools in a PHSE capacity, pastorally, inclusion managers, school counsellors and those in the youth service.
Who's it for:
All delegates receive a copy of the Alumina leaders guide and workbook alongside a range of downloadable ready-to-use worksheets and resources, a Certificate of Attendance, and 10% off all Youthscape resources purchased on the day.