Free webinars

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Join us for our free webinars

We are running a series of live webinars for parents, carers and educators. They are all presented by our mental health trainers, speakers and guest speakers who come from a wide range of professions, including education, psychology, social work, youth work, public health, psychotherapy and nursing. Topics include 'The Teen Brain', 'Sleep' and 'Perfectionism'.

The webinars explore strategies for maintaining positive mental health, paying attention to our own wellbeing and supporting those around us.

Please note, each webinar will be delivered twice across the month and be approximately 90 minutes in length.

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Popular titles for 2022 so far have included

  • Growing Together; Role Modelling to Children and Young People
  • The Teen Brain and Eating Disorders
  • The Teen Brain and Nutrition
  • Managing the Highs and Lows
  • Supporting Children and Young People: Low Mood and Depression
  • Sleep 

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Up and coming webinars


Perfectionism in Young People: Practical Tips for Parents, Carers and Staff - Jenny Langley

During this webinar, Jenny will support participants to understand what resilience is and its place in perfectionism. She will look at how to support our young people to tolerate failure. Jenny offers a toolbox of simple and practical, evidence-based skills which includes advice on how to role-model our learning from our mistakes and making a “good enough” effort a healthy approach to have.

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Friday 10th June 2022


Wednesday 29th June 2022



County Lines and Safeguarding: The Teen Brain, Crime and Gangs - Alex Cochrane and Debbie Spens

This presentation is for parents, carers, educators and anyone working with young people to gain a better understanding of gangs and crime. You will learn how to recognise the signs of exploitation and to support young people at risk of being drawn into crime and being potentially targeted and exploited. We will look at the impact of crime on people’s mental health and on our communities at large. We look at risk, safeguarding and understanding the different stages of young people’s brain development in relation to criminal activity.

We will explore the signs within our communities, the challenges and various support in our local community and UK-wide. We know that everyone is affected by crime, directly or indirectly. Safeguarding young people is paramount and we offer guidance on having the confidence to approach this area and the impact it will have on the wellbeing of all concerned.

We know that county lines are growing across the UK and we will look at young people who are mostly likely to be exploited or who are attracted to or targeted in this area.

By having the information, knowledge and understanding we need, we can feel more confident to offer interventions and support to our young people, to protect their futures and their wellbeing.

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Wednesday 15th June 2022


Tuesday 28th June 2022



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