Development of the Teenage Brain

The Development of the Teenage Brain course provides essential insights for professionals across education, social care, and health settings to comprehensively understand adolescent behavior and effectively support teenagers through their developmental stages.

Tailored to address the unique challenges of adolescence, this course explores the intricacies of the teenage brain and its impact on behaviour, emotions, and decision-making processes. Participants will gain practical strategies for managing challenging behaviour and impulses, as well as techniques for promoting positive development and resilience.

By fostering a deeper understanding of the teenage brain, professionals will be equipped to provide tailored support and interventions that optimise outcomes for teenagers in educational, social care, and healthcare settings.

Course Contents:

  • Understanding and recognising common Mental Health conditions including stress, depression, anxiety, PTSD, eating disorders and OCD. 
  • Managing mental health in the workplace and how to support colleagues with mental health difficulties. 
  • Making reasonable adjustments to increase performance for neurodiverse staff such as autism and ADHD. 
  • Awareness of Autism and ADHD and how this might affect working styles 
  • Questions to ask to maximise performance 
  • How to make your workplace inclusive
  • Equality Act and anticipatory adjustments

Enquire today

Call us today on 07506 708351 to discuss your requirements.

Face to face / Virtual

Price per person
£ 55/65
  • Price per person
  • 4 Hour Course

Face to face / Virtual

Max group size of 18
£ 395/495
  • 4 Hour Course
  • Group size of 18