Class teaching resources. 12 month license

We Eat Elephants (WEE) for children of primary school age

£270.00 - £360.00

Class teaching resources
We Eat Elephants (WEE) (for children of primary school age) (12 month license)

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Format

Language

English

License Type

Non-Commercial Licence, Private Practitioner Licence

SKU
ACD-004
Categories
Children and Young People
Authors
Dr Chris Williams

Class resources (slides, handouts and teacher notes) to deliver short live class versions) of the materials. These are especially designed for younger children with resources for younger (5-8 years old – suited for occasions like 1:1 work or class based Golden time style discussions), and 8-12 years (smaller presentation and discussion/application sessions). Both include opportunities for colouring/painting tasks with colouring sheets, and engaging stories and age appropriate worksheet tools using core CBT skills to help Adam, Beth, Chloe and Deepak facing everyday challenges at school and at home.
The resources can also provide a useful structure for one-to-one support work or in small groups.
Covering the following topics:
Aged 5-8:
Teacher notes: understanding your feelings
Meet the children
Scenarios: Adam (Hurry Up!, New Boy, Bad Hair cut).
Beth (Got lost, It’s not fair, School play).
Chloe: (Bullied, Can’t sleep. Told a lie).
Deepak: (I’ll do it later, Read out loud and Swimming Party).
And linked Teacher learner plans.
Aged 9-12:
Understanding and changing your feelings teacher notes.
Course: Practice Understanding and Changing your feelings.
Understanding your feelings
Doing things that make you feel better
Looking at things differently
How to fix almost everything
Tension Control Training
Examples for discussion:
• Adams Grandpa.
• Beth isn’t on social media.
• Chloe keeps failing.
• Deepak doesn’t understand
Plus online access to a We Eat Elephants Trainer book for teachers.
Research: Visit our Research trials page to see research evidence for our wide range of resources.

A resource for school, health and social care staff, voluntary sector organisations, CAMHS, primary care based workers, IAPT staff working with young people of primary school age.

Class license: This licence provides access to all the teaching resources you require via an online trainer portal. This includes slide sets, trainer notes to accompany the slides, and handouts for attendees.

Attendee Worksheets help take the learning off the page so it can be applied in the readers life

Teacher/trainer notes are included covering what content to cover in teaching the skills and resources.

Licence to deliver: You will require a commercial (for profit) or non – commercial (not for profit) class licence to run the course. This 12 month license provides access to the essential resources to deliver the classes. Trainers need to review the license terms and conditions to check the course is suitable for them to delivery. Resources continue to be the property of Five Areas Ltd. Attendee handouts can be printed or emailed to attendees, but no other content can be disseminated. The slides and trainer notes are for use by licensed trainers only.

Supporter Training: See www.llttf.com/training or contact training@llttf.com
We also have a growing range of self-directed practitioner training modules available at www.llttf.com

Course development: The content has benefitted from feedback and inputs from young people, trainers and health and social care/charitable organisation staff who have delivered the classes.

Accompanying optional resources:
Avery blank stickers are available for teachers to print out optional stickers for pupils (e.g. I helped Adam etc)..

Dr Chris Williams is Emeritus Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, and Past-President of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP). His main area of interest is making Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approaches accessible to all. He is an Honorary Fellow of BABCP and widely recognised expert in making CBT life skills accessible to all.
The course has also benefited from inputs and updates from the wider LLTTF team.

Description

Class resources (slides, handouts and teacher notes) to deliver short live class versions) of the materials. These are especially designed for younger children with resources for younger (5-8 years old – suited for occasions like 1:1 work or class based Golden time style discussions), and 8-12 years (smaller presentation and discussion/application sessions). Both include opportunities for colouring/painting tasks with colouring sheets, and engaging stories and age appropriate worksheet tools using core CBT skills to help Adam, Beth, Chloe and Deepak facing everyday challenges at school and at home.
The resources can also provide a useful structure for one-to-one support work or in small groups.
Covering the following topics:
Aged 5-8:
Teacher notes: understanding your feelings
Meet the children
Scenarios: Adam (Hurry Up!, New Boy, Bad Hair cut).
Beth (Got lost, It’s not fair, School play).
Chloe: (Bullied, Can’t sleep. Told a lie).
Deepak: (I’ll do it later, Read out loud and Swimming Party).
And linked Teacher learner plans.
Aged 9-12:
Understanding and changing your feelings teacher notes.
Course: Practice Understanding and Changing your feelings.
Understanding your feelings
Doing things that make you feel better
Looking at things differently
How to fix almost everything
Tension Control Training
Examples for discussion:
• Adams Grandpa.
• Beth isn’t on social media.
• Chloe keeps failing.
• Deepak doesn’t understand
Plus online access to a We Eat Elephants Trainer book for teachers.
Research: Visit our Research trials page to see research evidence for our wide range of resources.

How to use this Resource

A resource for school, health and social care staff, voluntary sector organisations, CAMHS, primary care based workers, IAPT staff working with young people of primary school age.

Class license: This licence provides access to all the teaching resources you require via an online trainer portal. This includes slide sets, trainer notes to accompany the slides, and handouts for attendees.

Attendee Worksheets help take the learning off the page so it can be applied in the readers life

Teacher/trainer notes are included covering what content to cover in teaching the skills and resources.

Licence to deliver: You will require a commercial (for profit) or non – commercial (not for profit) class licence to run the course. This 12 month license provides access to the essential resources to deliver the classes. Trainers need to review the license terms and conditions to check the course is suitable for them to delivery. Resources continue to be the property of Five Areas Ltd. Attendee handouts can be printed or emailed to attendees, but no other content can be disseminated. The slides and trainer notes are for use by licensed trainers only.

Supporter's Notes

Supporter Training: See www.llttf.com/training or contact training@llttf.com
We also have a growing range of self-directed practitioner training modules available at www.llttf.com

Course development: The content has benefitted from feedback and inputs from young people, trainers and health and social care/charitable organisation staff who have delivered the classes.

Accompanying optional resources:
Avery blank stickers are available for teachers to print out optional stickers for pupils (e.g. I helped Adam etc)..

About the Author

Dr Chris Williams is Emeritus Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, and Past-President of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP). His main area of interest is making Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approaches accessible to all. He is an Honorary Fellow of BABCP and widely recognised expert in making CBT life skills accessible to all.
The course has also benefited from inputs and updates from the wider LLTTF team.