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The PATHS® curriculum

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The PATHS® curriculum is a comprehensive program that promotes emotional and social competencies, reducing aggression and behavior problems. The curriculum supports educators and counselors in creating an environment that helps children develop self-control, positive self-esteem, emotional awareness, basic problem-solving skills, social skills and friendships.

 

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Discussions that introduce and develop interpersonal problem-solving and conflict resolution skills are facilitated.

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There is a strong arts programme and many students often try learning a new instrument or experiment with new arts or craft skills.

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Staff use curiosity and open mindedness. Approach time with young person as an explorer, use listening skills, observation, see them as unique individual, establish trusting relationship.

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Therapeutic relationship seen as a vehicle for inspiring hope and nurturing the development of coping skills.

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Map staff skills annually

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Ward management map staff skills at least annually, through supervision, appraisal, the use of core competency frameworks.  From: england.nhs.uk

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Interlinked with assessment skills is the ability to create a tailored formulation of the child/young person’s difficulties and to feedback the results of a treatment plan. (See UCL CAMHS Competence model)

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Wards need to have sufficient capacity and flexibility and their staff need to have the skills to offer an eclectic range of interventions that can meet individual needs, and to involve young people and their families and carers in planning and evaluating the intervention they receive. From: https://www.england.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/c07-tier4-ch-ado-mh-serv-child.pdf

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A lot of the young people struggle with relationships. The cognitive behavioural-based social skills group is a really significant part of their treatment and recovery. It’s based on a positive approach, and the emphasis is on their strengths. Themes include bullying, anger, friendships and isolation.

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Parents and staff can help young people establish high-quality friendships that provide skills in validation, intimacy, companionship and conflict resolution.

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