Assess, plan, do and review process for individuals, groups and whole-school concerns.


Trauma informed, mental health and wellbeing training and workshops for staff and parents.


Solution-focused drop-in sessions for staff and coaching for personal and professional development. 


Visual problem solving and action planning sessions, such as Circle of Adults, Solution Circles and PATH.


Reflective practice for within school staff groups or join an external group for your job role.


Online parenting course for families. Support for staff in schools that work with families.

The Wellbeing in Schools Movement was setup following the announcement to reopen schools during the Covid-19 lock down. It was setup to promote mental health and wellbeing in schools using trauma-informed and relational approaches. Science tells us that to improve outcomes for children we need to reduce stress, strengthen relationships, and improve core life skills (Center on the Developing Child, Harvard University). We also know that to support the mental health and wellbeing of others, we must first look after our own mental health and wellbeing.

The Wellbeing in Schools Movement upholds the following beliefs:

  1. Behaviour is communication and we should seek to understand it.

  2. Connection should always be sought before correction.

  3. Every child has the right to be educated in their local community school.

  4. Everyone in the school community should feel safe and be free of toxic stress.

  5. Labels are for clothes not for people.

  6. Research shows that excluding children from school may lead to long-term psychological distress and therefore no child should be excluded from school.


Missed The Training?

As part of our ongoing support to schools as they reopen following the Covid-19 pandemic, all 5 training sessions of the Wellbeing in Schools Movement are available on replay for free. Click below to sign up and access the videos.

Dr Alice Brown

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