What is an eating disorder? What are the symptoms? What causes them? And is full recovery possible? This accessible and practical book helps readers come to a full understanding of eating disorders and the various stages involved in recovery.
Whether your group is highly engaged in the topic of climate change, or just watchful of this global youth phenomenon – it is imperative that we engage with this topic, explore it theologically and consider its trajectory. A training day led by Tearfund and Youthscape.
Fundraising can be challenging. This one-day course, led by Youthscape's CEO Chris Curtis, teaches you the principles of fundraising and the practical steps to developing a successful strategy to secure funding from grant-making trusts, individuals and other supporters.
What’s the best approach if you’re responsible for line management in your organisation or church? How do you resolve conflict and problems effectively? This day will give you the skills to develop good tried and tested structures of management.
This bundle is ideal for those who are just stepping into youth work for the first time. Whether you are kick-starting youth work at a church, or stepping into a new youth work role, this bundle has you covered for some of the essential youth worker needs.
There’s a unique set of challenges which comes with reaching boys, thanks to a mix of hormones, cultural norms and physical differences. Matt Allen and Martin Saunders will look at the range of behaviours and learning styles exhibited by young men alongside programme of discipleship that really connects with today’s teenage boys.
With Mental Health services stretched, and thresholds for specialist support increasingly harder to meet, youth workers are finding themselves filling the gap. This day will equip you with the skills and resources to confidently offer support.
As Christian visitors in schools, we mainly operate in two spaces; curricular and extra-curricular. What if there was a ‘Third Space’? This equipping day will explore what that could look like for you, in your context.