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Hi! I’m Rachel and I am an Education Mental Health Practitioner working for the Inside Out Mental Health Support Team. As part of my role I will do 1:1 sessions using cognitive behavioural therapy to support with anxiety and worry, low mood and conduct. 

I will also be working alongside Park End Primary to do drop ins, group work, class work and assemblies with the children, during these sessions we will talk about subjects including: social and emotional resilience, friendships, wellbeing, social skills and many more. I will be a friendly face at the school for the children to speak to about any thoughts, feelings and worries.’

If you would like to get in touch please use the Inside Out office number of 01642 505580

How do I access support?

Annie and the school care team hold fortnightly ‘Mental Health Huddles’ to discuss any new referrals for children brought to them by staff or parents, or children themselves. Annie will advise on the best course of support for the child and advise staff on where to refer next or the next steps to take.

What can Inside Out help with?

Inside Out can support with mild to moderate mental health issues. If a child needs more specialist support, staff will be sign posted from the huddle.

  • Anxiety
  • Panic
  • Low Mood
  • Phobias
  • Emotional Literacy
  • Fears and Worries
  • Social skills
  • Resilience
  • Family check up
  • Parenting support

What will the support look like?

Support from Inside out may take many forms:

  • Group support
  • 1:1 sessions
  • Parent sessions
  • Staff training and workshops
  • Parent training and workshops
  • Assemblies

To read more about the role of an EMHP, click here

To read more about Inside Out, click here

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