Doctors and psychologists describe this generation young people as the most physically safe, but emotionally fragile generation in history. Anxiety, self-harm and depression are all on the rise. How can we help young people develop the resilience to navigate the challenges of adolescence? This course will give you an overview of the mental health issues facing young people and the practical strategies to develop healthy wellbeing and resilience skills.
7 November 2019
10AM - 1PM
Youthscape, 74 Bute Street, Luton, LU1 2EY
Local parking available (charges apply)
Who's it for?
Six times more children and young people in England have mental health conditions than a generation ago, according to a study published in the Psychological Medicine journal in 2018. With many services stretched to the limit, schools, youth workers and other professionals have a vital part to play in supporting young people’s mental health. This course provides an over view of the latest research and key insights into understanding adolescent mental health and brain development. It will also teach you the skills to recognise the indicators of an underlying mental health issue. You discover practical tools and resources that you can use in the classroom, small groups and working 1:1 with a young person.
All delegates receive a training pack containing a range of ready-to-use resources, a certificate of attendance and 10% off all Youthscape resources purchased on the day.
"Very engaging. I feel confident about using the tools provided to help improve my young people’s resilience."
Brilliant course. More people working with children should attend. Gave me confidence to talk to young people about grief and emotions."