Free Monthly Workshop

Understanding barriers to supporting staff wellbeing

January 18, 2022 4:00 PM
January 18, 2022 4:00 PM

Join us as we discuss the importance of embedding a positive culture of staff mental health and wellbeing and talk about why school and college staff may find it difficult to look after their own mental health and wellbeing.

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Who this is for

Pastoral Managers
Senior Leadership Team
School Mental Health Leads

Do you...

Wonder why school or college staff might find it hard to ask for help?
Want to understand barriers staff might have to supporting their own wellbeing?
Want to support staff in your school or college to look after their own mental health?

How do you know this is right for you?

‍Do you want to support a positive culture of staff mental health and wellbeing? Worth-it’s workshop, understanding barriers to supporting staff wellbeing, co-hosted by Kim Carr and Liz Robson-Kelly, is an opportunity for you to learn more about barriers school staff may have when it comes to looking after their own mental health and wellbeing. In this interactive workshop you’ll be able to discuss challenges your school or college may have in developing staff wellbeing and why staff may be resistant to implementing staff wellbeing strategies.

Not sure you’ll be free on the day? Register your interest and we’ll send you a link to the recording.

What will you gain?

Increased understanding of evidence-based approaches which support staff wellbeing
Increased understanding of barriers to supporting staff wellbeing
Increased knowledge of how a school-wide culture of wellbeing can support staff to look after their own mental health
Increased understanding of what staff wellbeing looks like

Workshop Host

Liz Robson-Kelly

CEO & Founder

Liz is the CEO, Founder and Creative Director at Worth-it and is a leading Positive Psychologist and Educator. She has been developing evidence-based, co-produced early prevention programmes for young people within schools, the NHS and local authorities for over 12 years.


Kim Carr

Area Lead Consultant, UK Midlands & North

Kim is a qualified Positive Psychology Practitioner, combining her knowledge of applied positive psychology in schools with 10 years’ experience teaching psychology, extensive experience of secondary school leadership and a great passion for developing school mental health and wellbeing.


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