Emotional Logic helps people of all ages to understand how all emotions have useful purposes, including the unpleasant ones when seen as part of an integrated process of adjusting to change, disappointment, setback or hurt. Emotional Logic moves people beyond current mindfulness strategies of creating a calming ‘safe place’, towards taking reasonable actions with others to address the root of issues and move forward.
This is a two-term programme of study and practical activity for a member of school staff to be able to deliver the Emotional Logic Lesson Plan training within their school or setting and to carry out 1:1 Emotional Logic sessions with pupils, carers or colleagues. Throughout the training, and once qualified, a person holding the Award in Emotional Logic is able to access supervision from a senior Emotional Logic practitioner. The Award is suitable for school staff with pastoral or behavioural responsibility. It is also suitable for school governors who have a statutory duty for the wellbeing of the staff in their schools.
The programme consists of 3 x group sessions delivered via Zoom plus up to 6 x 1:1 Zoom sessions with the ELC trainer (booked separately as required). Several pieces of written coursework are required over the two terms. There is also the requirement to build a portfolio of cases which are reviewed and assessed by the trainer via distance supervision.
Please note, completion of the Foundation Award is a pre-requisite for enrolling onto the Facilitator Award.
Participants who complete the course will be confident and able to offer support to:
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