Having trouble regulating their feelings and behaviours?
Sleep problems have a huge impact on all areas of children’s development, including their learning, and physical and mental health.
For any professionals working with children there are opportunities to identify sleep difficulties and intervene early. Knowledge of this key area of development can be highly impactful for children and their families.
These can all be indicators of poor sleep, something that 25-45% of children and adolescents struggle with.
When students aren’t sleeping well they do less well in school and have trouble maintaining relationships with family and friends. This is especially true for children with emotional or learning difficulties, who often have unique sleep needs.
As an educational psychologist who has worked with schools for over ten years, I know that working alongside educators to address the sleep needs of school communities can have a huge impact on student wellbeing and learning.
TFSC offers bespoke training for organisations working with children. We work with schools, GP services, health clinics, voluntary sector organisations, and faith groups.
Packages are tailored to specific needs but could include:
Psychological approaches to managing sleep
Sleep for new mothers/infants/teens
Sleep and Autism
Sleep and learning
Hear more about how I can work with your organisation by getting in touch here.
I provide supervision for a range of professionals including psychologists, counsellors and teachers, both in training and fully qualified. My approach is supportive and professional, offering an environment in which you can openly discuss your work and benefit from my extensive experience.
Contact me through my enquiry form or book a free 30 minute consultation to discuss your supervision needs with me.