Group awareness and wellbeing workshops


Life can be difficult for children and young people; Research shows that at least 1 in 10 children will have a diagnosable mental health condition by the age of 16 (Children's society, 2008) and current CAMHS statistics shown a rising increase in referrals for specialist mental health support.

These supportive and informative group sessions aim to empower parents, caregivers and professionals through providing them with information about Mental Health and Wellbeing and discussing strategies which can help young people to thrive in their environment.

It is hoped that by attending the workshops, parents, carers and professionals will have increased knowledge, confidence and a toolkit of skills to use at home.

Workshops last 1.5 hours and cost £16pp (unless stated otherwise).

I am a fully qualified, insured and experienced mental health practitioner working with children and families and have qualifications in delivering training and information, advice and guidance.

Please note - these workshops have previously also be tailored for community groups such as scouts/guides, sports clubs and youth clubs as well as for charities and the voluntary sector. Bespoke packages available.

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Book tickets for upcoming workshops

Music and Mental Health


Northwich
28th April 2019
£4-£8pp
In association with Space Youth Project, Sam Lyon Music and Chris Tavener Music, this workshop aims to discuss how to look after yourself when working in the music industry. 
Raising Resilient Children and Young People

Wilmslow
11th May 2019
£17pp
The workshop covers understanding and being aware of the mental health continuum, emotional literacy, discussing and promoting resilience and self care and developing skills and strategies to build resilience.
Managing Emotions and Behaviour in families

Northwich
18th May 2019

£20pp
Co-faciliated with Dennis Neill - family psychotherapist, the workshop will cover topics such as discussing emotions in families, understanding the function behind behaviours and developing strategies to de-escalate challenging behaviours.