Supporting YP without restraint

Your mentors

Andy Smith

Nic Harding

Organisation links
Location address: Danbury, CM3 4AB
Chosen age group:

For ages: 18+ years

Available tickets:
YP no restraint Free
Next date: None - message Mentor to express interest
A summary
Young people you support may show a range of stress related behaviour, and it can be very hard to know what to do. We have created a method of supporting young people in crisis which reduces stress related behaviour, while respecting young people’s dignity and rights. This method was created by working in partnership with parents, professionals and young people themselves, plus using best practice from Studio 3, Ross Greene and the PDA Society. The workshop is being led by Andy, an autistic adult, who runs a forest school for autistic young people. Andy is also a Studio 3 Low Arousal ambassador. Andy has run forest school sessions for 3 years and these sessions have a no restraint or punishment culture. The workshop aims to share why we believe in our approach and to share some techniques/ strategies for supporting people in crisis.
About your mentors
Andy Smith
I am an autistic adult and run a charity
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Nic Harding
Project's Officer at FSA
As the Project Officer, I'm pleased to be organising the annual Forest School Association Conference. I am appearing as a Mentor on each workshop to give me oversight and allow me to help out on the day, I may not actually be on your workshop.
Pricing information
Ticket nameYP no restraint
Where we'll be
Essex Outdoors Danbury, Well Lane, Danbury, Essex, CM3 4AB

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