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Studio 3 News Update

Here is an update on some of the Projects and staff that Studio 3 are involved with. 1) Daniel Rippon our PhD student at the University of Northumbria is currently in thesis writing mode. We continue supporting his aim to focus on stress management for caregivers. 2) Roy Deveau is currently developing a practice based […]

Trainer Focus: Nancy Beaton our Trainer of the Quarter

This newsletter our focus is on Nancy Beaton, one of our Trainers from the Breton Ability Centre in Canada. Here are a few of her thoughts about her role and the Low Arousal approach. Nancy Beaton most important and busy job would be mom of Erin 15 and Ryan 11. I started my career at […]

Atlass for Stress Management, a Public Health Approach to Learning and Inclusion

By Signe Lo Scott Larsen, MA in Educational Psychology (Translated by Kirstine Dupont, Professional Communicator) Coping strategies, low arousal or stress transactions are some of the terms Pindstrupskolen live by. Every day the practitioners at Pindstrupskolen, a special school in Jutland, Denmark, are using the specially designed Atlass stress reduction programme. The Atlass programme, designed […]

Is it OK for people to be angry? Are we aiming for zero behaviour?

When writing plans for the people we support we often do not think about the end goal. Are we aiming for zero behaviour? Studies show that people can be openly angry on a regular basis.  Anger is a component of our lives. In essence we need anger. Anger should not always be construed as negative. […]

The Studio 3 Train Trainers Programme Training Dates (starts May 2018)

Are you a potential Studio3 trainer? As an organisation we limit the number of spaces each year as we believe that it is important that we train high quality In House trainers. Our programme is much longer than our competitors ( minimum 15 days) as we expect trainers to be able to communicate knowledge both […]

Book Review Flourishing by Maureen Gaffney – wellbeing in practice

The concept of wellbeing and flourishing has been well documented. Maureen Gaffney’s book makes a significant contribution. The book contains good practical examples of achieving a sense of wellbeing. I think this book has many examples that causes the reader to reflect on their negative self talk and to refocus on positive elements. I am […]