Crystal Stean

Crystal Stean

I spent four years at Canterbury Christchurch University as a mature student studying a degree in Sport Sciences with Social Studies (which included education modules) and have attained my Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).

I have a teaching background in Sport, Exercise, Health and Social Care for 14-19-year olds; and have dedicated my career within three NHS Trusts around the Health and Wellbeing of Children and Young People. My previous NHS roles have been as a Train the Trainer for schools in the delivering of Personal, Social and Health Education, along with delivering training around the links between emotional literacy and risk-taking behaviours.

My present roles here at Livewell Southwest, can be described as the ‘Therapeutic Management of Violence and Aggression’. We can divide our training into two specific groups; the proactive strategies of Positive Behaviour Support and Safewards; and the reactive strategies of Resolving Conflict and Restrictive Practices.  Our qualifications to deliver these courses are through the British Institute of Learning Disabilities, and the General Services Association.

We are now offering DASH (Domestic abuse, Stalking and Harrassment) Training!

Livewell Southwest Training Network