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OUR ABILITY TO experience emotions defines us as human beings. To reach our full potential we have to achieve a balance between being in touch with, and fully experiencing, our emotions while maintaining control over them. Many children and adults struggle to achieve and then to maintain this equilibrium. We see the consequences of this in our schools and communities. We have to find a balance between addressing the emotional needs of our pupils and delivering the curriculum. This equilibrium can be hard to establish and maintain.

Mission

eQe aims to enable schools to more effectively meet the emotional needs of the children and adults they work with and employ.
eQe believes that the best people to do this are already in our schools. eQe achieves this through:

  • Enabling you to establish an equilibrium between addressing emotional needs and delivering the curriculum
  • Training staff to use a range of therapeutic approaches
  • Supervising staff working with vulnerable children and using therapeutic approaches
  • Providing higher level therapeutic interventions with qualified specialists.

Business Description

eQe has three business strands:

  • Provision of training and supervision to staff;
  • Capacity building therapeutic interventions for children or children and parents/carers
  • Direct therapeutic work with children/adults.

Latest news

NEW TRAINING DATES RELEASED

We now have new training dates for this academic year. All courses will be run with Covid-19 requirements in place.

‘Powerful Moments’

Using Mindfulness approaches to develop Emotional Skills and to enhance Wellbeing. Continue reading

Volcanoes, Earth Tremors and Icebergs

One day course on understanding and working creatively with anger Continue reading

“The Shape I’m In”

Training Course- Expressing Emotion through 2D and 3D Artwork Continue reading

Accredited Certificate in Advanced Wilderness Therapeutic Approaches

Visit http://www.wilderness-therapy.co.uk to find out more Continue reading