ZOOM WEBINARS  – June 2020 – Mental Health, Autism and Inclusion

Mental Health – Autism – Inclusion

Webinars design to provide inspiration, practical tips, surprising and definitive content at a time when we really need this!

 Timing: Each session runs from 11am-1pm

£16 Registration per session 

 £85 to access all

£45 to access one theme – 4 sessions only

Following the success of April and May webinars, we are continuing our series of live workshops online using the Zoom platform. Engage and learn in the comfort of your own setting as we explore a range of challenges to a good, well-included life for any child or young person whatever their label or reputation. Replays will be available for at least 48 hours after each event so if you register but cannot attend you will always have access to these.  The content of the sessions will aim to provide fresh insights as well as practical strategies in these difficult times.  

Dates are as follows…

Two Webinar themes: 
1. Understanding Children’s Mental Health to help include them better: 
  • 1st June – Introduction to Attachment  – Non medical model – nurturing approach –  key elements you need to understand – all in 2 hours
  • 3rd June – Impact of trauma  –  2 hours to understand Trauma and its impact and to be surprised and inspired with practical inclusive strategies to support children returning to school   
  • 8th June – Understanding children’s emotional needs  – Learn what lurks underneath challenging behaviour  – a 2 hour hour in-depth and moving exploration with practical implications  
  • 23rd June – Promoting Mental Health in Learning Settings – Learn how to get smart as well as inclusive when tackling mental health across a school  –  2 hours featuring Marnie Aston and her Mental Health Audit Tool
2. Including Autistic Children in Mainstream schools and settings
  • 15th June – Understanding Anxiety  – Fast track approach to understanding anxiety and how it builds and how it can be lowered 
  • 17th June – Working out Sensory Sensitivities – Making sense of confusing behaviour by empathising with and accommodating super sensitivities  – a practical 2 hour session
  • 22nd June – What are Movement differences and how to accommodate them? This unexpected and challenging perspective will surprise and change forever how you support autistic children and others 
  • 24th June – Building friendships in a neurotypical world –  Definitive approach to creating Circles of friends around autistic children plus an inspiring but practical guide to friendship in just 2 hours

Click on the links above to find more about individual sessions.


So that we can send you an invoice and a welcome link on the days of your chosen webinars

Email –  inclusive.solutions@me.com 


Post: Inclusive Solutions, 23 Playford Rd, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP4 5QZ

Tel:   01473 437590   or   0115 9556045




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£16 Registration per session 

Or £85 to access all

£45 to access one theme – 4 sessions only

Thank you in advance for your financial support for this webinar. You will be helping us to run more webinars and improve their quality and reach.

We can invoice you or your employer or you can pay direct

via Bank Transfer:

Clydesdale Bank: Inclusive Solutions 

82-70-18 – 80531946

Or Paypal – inclusive.solutions@ntlworld.com

We specialise in autism in mainstream schools, inclusion of students with disabilities, education psychology, autism education, community building and training on inclusion.

We are VAT registered  

About the Trainers:

Colin Newton was Principal Educational Psychologist of City of Nottingham LA from 1998 – 2001, where he contributed to the consultation on and successful development of an inclusive education policy across the LA. In 1999 Colin and Derek Wilson collaborated in the writing of their best seller Circles of Friends reflecting some 5 years of training and development work to bring this approach to the UK.

In 2001 he co-founded Inclusive Solutions with Derek to promote the mainstream inclusion of all children and adults across the UK whatever their difference, impairment or challenge. Inclusive Solutions provides accessible, interactive training on all aspects of inclusive practice, in inclusion settings and beyond. Colin’s career has been values driven, but also practical using applied psychology in training and real life problem solving with schools, families and individual children and young people.

Graphics and co training  provided by Elliot Newton

‘I have been associated with Inclusive Solutions since very early in life, as Colin is my Dad! Because of this I have grown up with an inclusive attitude and have many friends who are disabled or different in some way, and I am quite proud that I was described by Jack Pearpoint as having “inclusion in my DNA”! I love training and I am a confident facilitator, whether its graphics, process or in the community, and beleive that the work we are doing at Inclusive Solutions is truly making an impact. I spent a few months in the US with Neighbours Inc. and Chatham-Savannah Citizen Advocacy, and learnt a lot about the ways that people can be supported in the community in a person centred way. I always wanted to work with people, which is what motivated me to pursue my Masters degree in Psychology (MSc) from Leeds Beckett University which I completed in September 2018. My dissertation project was focused on the ways Neurotypicals can support Autistic people to make new friends in the community and is available to read on our website. I now live in East London and travel around the UK supporting people to live the life they want to live’

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