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Mental Health Training workshops

Mental Health Training workshops

Our expert-led workshops help teachers, school staff and other professionals to understand children and young people’s behaviour and support their wellbeing.

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Promoting Resilience in Children and Young People workshop

Learn mental health concepts like resilience, attachment, neuroscience and interventions.

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Self-belief: Helping Children Thrive workshop

Empower older children and young people to solve their own problems.

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Growing through Games workshop

Use play to help younger children understand their emotions and the ways they relate to others.

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Understanding Attachment workshop

Use attachment theory to work with children and young people whose behaviour is challenging.

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Understanding Adolescents workshop

Support young people through the challenges of adolescence.

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Introduction to Counselling Skills workshop

Learn counselling skills like observation, reflection and questioning to improve everyday interactions.

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Building Confidence with Small Groups workshop

Help children and young people to learn skills, become confident and make friends through group work.

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Enhancing Staff Wellbeing workshop

Reflect on your work and learn how to manage stress, practice self-care and become more resilient.

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Coping with Transition workshop

Help children through the transition from primary school to secondary or high school.

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