Promoting Emotional Wellbeing in Early Years Staff

A Practical Guide for Looking after Yourself and Your Colleagues

Though children's wellbeing is high on the agenda for policy makers, the welfare of the professionals looking after them is often taken for granted. Sonia Mainstone-Cotton recognises that in order to enhance children's emotional wellbeing, it's vital that early years professionals are stress-free and emotionally well themselves. This is the first guide of its kind, offering succinct and practical guidance, tips and ideas for those working with young children on how to comfortably manage the pressures of their job, improve their work/life balance, and support the wellbeing of their colleagues. Easy to dip in and out of, this guide is an essential item for any early years staff room.

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Press reviews for: Promoting Emotional Wellbeing in Early Years Staff

Fred Lacey, Clinical psychotherapist and supervisor, Education and nurture consultant

Amongst the many merits of this hugely relevant text, the advice and suggestions are supremely practical and achievable ... to ensure that you remain at your very best, healthy and well prepared to work with children in the early years.

Kathy Brodie, Author, consultant and host of the Early Years Summit

Essential reading for anyone working with children, from the baby room to secondary school, from new starter to experienced manager or head teacher.

Ruth Ferguson, Specialist Senior Educational Psychologist, Brighter Futures CIC

This is an excellent companion to Sonia's previous book Promoting Young Children's Emotional Health and Wellbeing ... an honest, compassionate book with clear, helpful ideas.

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