– Dr Trisha Waters is an Educational Therapist and founding director of the Centre for Therapeutic Storywriting which delivers the Therapeutic Storywriting Groups and Story Links interventions. These two evidence-based interventions are used in over 25 local authorities in England and Wales.
As a trained therapist, Trisha’s interest and commitment have been to develop educational models that bring appropriate psychological mindedness to the work of educational professionals supporting vulnerable pupils in schools.
Trisha began her career teaching in mainstream and special schools for pupils with emotional and behavioural difficulties. She then worked at the University of Chichester where she led the MA in SEN & Inclusion. She is author of ‘Therapeutic Storywriting’ and has written widely on inclusion and therapeutic education.
Find out more about Trisha: https://storylinkstraining.co.uk/about/7-author/
Supporting pupils with attachment anxiety in schools using Story Links
Dr Trisha Waters, BSc, Cert Ed, MA(Ed), Dip Psych, PhD, Supporting pupils with attachment anxiety in schools using Story Links Educational Therapist, Dr Trisha Waters explains how the parent-partnership Story Links intervention can support individual pupils with attachment anxiety in schools. During this session, the structure of a Story Links intervention is explained. A case Continue Reading
Supporting pupils’ SEMH with Therapeutic Storywriting
Dr Trisha Waters Supporting pupils’ SEMH with Therapeutic Storywriting Educational Therapist, Dr Trisha Waters explains how Therapeutic Storywriting Groups can support the social, emotional and mental health of pupils by working with the symbolic imagery in pupils’ own story writing. During this session, a case study is used to illustrate the underlying theory and show Continue Reading