This page is dedicated to promote positive messages, links to support services and other tips that may be needed for students and family health & well-being during this time.
It will be updated weekly, so keep checking in to this site as well as our social media!
ERNULF WELLBEING TEAM
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Here at Ernulf we are very fortunate to have a wonderful Wellbeing Team, who are always on hand to help.
Our role within the Academy
The wellbeing Team are here to safeguard the health and safety of both Students and Staff.
We offer emotional support when things seem to go wrong and when needed give advice to find the right people who are best to help the situation.
We work with teachers, pastoral and support staff so that everyone gets the best possible care. At the beginning of the year, we set up a Wellbeing email for students and staff.
We have had a massive response from students who maybe feel they need someone to talk to and we have been able to support them.
We also send out daily positive messages or advice to both students and staff.
Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Our role within the wider community
The Wellbeing Team have also set up an Instagram account, which promotes positivity for Staff, Students and the Wider Community.
There are several highlights on our profile which contain information/ and awareness for different mental health issues, and these are updated on a regular basis
Please take a look and follow us.
You will find us on Instagram @ takealittletime__
We also use the Astrea Ernulf Facebook and Twitter account to promote positive mental health.
Mind’s website offer so many useful links.
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COUNSELLING FOR YOUNG PEOPLE AT ERNULF
My name is Angie and I am a fully qualified counsellor with lots of experience and I am in your school every Thursday and Friday. I can work with you in a person centred way which means that you choose what you want to talk about and how much you want to share or explore.
I am also a Cognitive Behaviour Therapist which means we can look at what counselling goals you have and how you can achieve them by changing the way you think, feel or behave. The structure helps us to gage your progress and tweak changes so that you feel better and you learn new coping skills that improve your wellbeing and give you back the control and confidence to make the right decisions for you.
We can work together to improve worries, anxiety, anxiety attacks, panic attacks, stress, low mood, mood swings, sleeping problems, trauma, anger, grief, loss, bereavement, eating disorders like anorexia, bulimia and obesity, body image, gender and sexuality, peer pressure or abuse, bullying, living in Domestic Abuse or Domestic Violence, experience of abuse or neglect, loneliness, self-harming or thoughts around suicide, feeling left out or worried about your mental health?
If you feel counselling will help you then please speak to your Student Support Officer to discuss the option of a referral and I will look forward to meeting you for either 1-2-1 counselling sessions or a workshop