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Feelings Detectives training – adapted CBT for autism and learning needs

September 16

£200

The Feelings Detectives is a 12-week coping skills intervention programme specifically designed for young people aged between 7 and 13 years with social communication and interaction difficulties, including autism. The programme teaches coping skills to help young people manage anxiety using cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) principles. Young people can train to become Feelings Detectives led by the adult Lead Detective.

The Feelings Detectives programme has been designed and evaluated by educational psychologists within schools across the United Kingdom.

We are delighted to announce a Feelings Detectives online training event on Friday 16th September 2022. The training will take place online via Zoom from 9:30am to 3.30pm.

As part of your training fee, you will receive a starter pack of resources including 1 Lead Detective Manual and 1 Detective Notebook for young people.

After booking, you will receive the meeting link and training resources by email. The resources starter pack will be sent by post prior to the training day.

We look forward to seeing you there virtually!

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