SOLD OUT!! Using CBT to Make Positive Behaviour Changes

SOLD OUT!!! If you want to change disruptive behaviour in students, punitive measures are highly unlikely to work, they often lead to more resentment and are destructive to teacher pupil relationships. If you want to make positive change then using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy tools have been proved to been an effective method of intervention and is recommended by NICE and DfE. This session give you all the tools needed to immediately begin using CBT techniques in your setting including working on motivating students to make positive changes.

Samantha Garner

Education Consultant