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Southend Educational Psychology Service - EP Reach-Out free webinar series
Reach Out

EP Reach-Out free webinar series 

Southend Educational Psychology Service

Thursday 17th June 2021 4pm Intro to the Ollie Model: Powerful tools to help with emotional resilience with Ali Knowles. 


Ali shares her wonderful therapeutic approach to building resilience and wellbeing. Find out more about Ollie and his superpowers.

Register here 


Thursday 1st July 2021 4pm Attachment and the Right Brain with Dr Nicole Schnackenberg 


In this webinar we will consider the importance of the right hemisphere in understanding the attachment relationship. We will think about how we can use this knowledge to support the building of secure attachments within the primary attachment relationship and beyond. 

Register here https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_DbDRYFzWQ4q6GVtVd3aohQ


Thursday 8th July 2021 4pm Supporting the post pandemic brain with Charlotte Taylor 


Charlotte returns to explore ideas around Acute Trauma in more detail by focusing on Covid-19 and how to process the Acute Trauma related to the pandemic.

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