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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 

Want to see more? Missed your chance to attend?

Follow us on Eventbrite or Facebook to access the latest releases for our 2022 webinar series. 

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DECEMBER

Developing resilience in sensitive children and young people

by Sarah Ashworth

Why is it that some children and young people seem to be more affected by and sensitive to the things that happen to them than others? In this webinar, Sarah will discuss some of the evidence suggesting that although some individuals are more sensitive to the negative things that happen to them in their environment, they are also more likely to benefit from positive changes in their lives than their peers. Sarah will suggest strategies for supporting sensitive children to develop resilience and fulfil their innate potential.

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Wednesday 7th December, 12:00-2:00pm 

12:00pm

Thursday 15th December, 12:00-2:00pm 

12:00pm

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