Emotional Logic in Schools and Education
Some schools in the UK and in South Africa are using Emotional Logic successfully to help children excluded, or at risk of exclusion, to return to mainstream education. One school’s inclusion unit that was based entirely on Emotional Logic received an OFSTED ‘highly approved’ status.
Mentoring parents and children with attendance or discipline problems can be very effective, because it is a personal and relational development method by lifelong learning, not therapy or counselling. Emotional Logic can help with issues such as self-harming, suicidal thoughts, anxiety states, confrontational behaviour, bulimia, and depression, all of which can hinder academic progress and socialising.
A ‘Six Lesson Plan’ method of teaching Emotional Logic in classes is in use. Staff also learn from this how to include Emotional Logic in their own mutual support in the staff room. Contact the office for more details.
As a parent, teacher and school leader, finding Emotional Logic has been revolutionary in helping my own children and the hundreds of children I work with (and their families) to make sense of their emotions. It’s brilliant!
From a assistant Headteacher at a Secondary School
Emotional Logic Centre, South Highlands,
Blachford Road, Ivybridge
Devon, PL21 0AD
Tel: 01752 892455
Charity number: 1097662
The Emotional Logic Centre is a UK registered charity (1107527)
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