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  • 1. SCSN Service Children Support Network Emotional First Aid Course for Service Children 9am – 4pm on Tuesday 4th February, Tuesday 25th February, Tuesday 4th March 2014 at Missenden Abbey, Buckinghamshire, HP16 0BD Cost £485 per person for three full days training, training materials, lunch and refreshments To book please email contact@servicechildrensupportnetwork.co.uk (places are limited so early booking advised) “Primary Emotional First Aid is the initial support given to a child experiencing emotional distress, creating a healthy emotional environment with the child before any specific professional help is sought and obtained.” This course is directed at education, welfare and health staff working with any child aged 5 – 11, with a focus on the additional needs of Service Children. Aims of the course:  Promote Positive Emotional Health  Provide Support & Reassurance  Assist, with the appropriate adult(s) in the child’s life, the accessing of appropriate services  Undertake risk assessment to help prevent harm to self or to/from others  Create a healthy emotional environment with the child to help find strategies that help dissipate emotional distress  Look for early signs of emotional distress & intervene where appropriate to reduce risks of child developing mental health problems  Increase knowledge, reduce stigma and increase skill base  Develop a network with other Primary Emotional First Aiders to share skills and be part of a support network

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