Training

Behind the behaviour

‘Behind the Behaviour’ is a multi-agency training programme designed to increase awareness and understanding of a range of mental and emotional health problems for professionals and front-line staff working with children and young people.

Commissioned and delivered in partnership with CAMHS, each training session is delivered by a Mental Health specialist or other professional, ensuring that participants are gaining the most up-to-date and relevant information about current services and provision in Manchester.

Training is practical and engaging and useful for anyone working directly with children, young people and their families, both in and out of an educational setting. 

For further information please contact the team on 0161 946 8270 or email Healthy.schools@mft.nhs.uk

Training & Events

BTB Substance Misuse and Mental Health - 29 April 2021

External Primary Secondary Special

This course focuses on the relationship between substance misuse and mental health. Participants will explore: different types of drugs and...

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BTB Supporting the Wellbeing of LGBTQ+ Young People - 14 May 2021

External Primary Secondary Special

A thorough exploration of LGBTQ+ identities and experiences, leading into the causes of poor mental health for LGBTQ+ young people and the p...

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BTB Supporting Children and Young People with Anxiety - 5 May 2021

External Primary Secondary Special

This training will aim to strengthen understanding of how anxiety affects children and young people and explores a range of strategies to he...

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BTB Identifying and working with the wellbeing needs of refugee and asylum-seeking children and young people - 8 June 2021

External Primary Secondary Special

This day is for those with little or no knowledge to support their work with refugee and asylum seeking people. Through a blend of theory an...

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BTB Understanding Bereavement - 6 May 2021

External Primary Secondary Special

This session offers an overview of bereavement theories and an appreciation of children and young peoples’ understanding of death and grief...

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