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Support for Parents & Carers

Giving adults mental health focused emotional support and practical tools allows them to too better support the children and young people around them. We work with parents and education staff to provide opportunities to develop new skills and understanding that build their own resilience and that of their children and students.

1:1 Support

We work with parents and carers of primary school children who are feeling anxious, worried, stressed, fearful, overwhelmed, having behavioural difficulties, feeling frustrated, having frequent tantrums or difficulties following routines. We provide 1:1 low-intensity guided self-help over 6-8 weekly sessions for children presenting with mild to moderate mental health difficulties via face to face or virtual sessions.

Next step: This service is not available in all schools. To find out more contact the Designated Mental Health Link (DMHL) in your child’s school or email [email protected] 

Group Activity 

We provide face to face and virtual psychoeducational universal workshops, coffee mornings and parents evening for parents/carers to support with several aspects of the child life, such as routines, wellbeing, challenging behaviour, anxiety.

Next step: This service is not available in all schools. Schools that offer this service advertise group activities via schools’ newsletters. 

Drop-in Service and Signposting

We offer a drop-in service to parents/carers to discuss concerns around their child mental health and wellbeing. The Drop-in offers support to parents providing information, signposting and basic guidance about how to manage some of the behaviours to improve children wellbeing and mental health. 

Next step: To find out more email [email protected]. To help us reply to you as quickly as possible please include your child’s school name and drop in service expression of interest in the email title. Please also include your name and phone number. 

Mental Health & Emotional Wellbeing Training for Parents & Carers

Our workshops for parents & carers help to build awareness & understanding of mental and emotional wellbeing. Topics include;  Youth Mental Health Awareness; Parents/Carer Wellbeing Training; and bespoke topics are available on request.

Next step: To find out more email [email protected] 

Support for Education Staff

Staff Workshops and Training

We deliver face to face and virtual psychoeducational workshops for school staff. These workshops encourage openness in talking about mental health and enhancing staff knowledge about how to maintain good mental health and wellbeing. These workshops can be delivered both virtually or face-to-face and can be adapted to suit the specific needs of the school.

Next step: Please contact [email protected] for pricing & booking queries

Drop-in Service and Signposting

We offer a drop-in service to parents/carers to discuss concerns around their child mental health and wellbeing. The Drop-in also offers support staff, parents and young people providing information, signposting and basic guidance about how to manage some of the behaviours caused by poor mental health.

Next step: To find out more email [email protected]. To help us reply to you as quickly as possible please include your child’s school name and drop in service expression of interest in the email title. Please also include your name and phone number. 

Telephone Drop-in Service for Staff Wellbeing

We provide school staff with a confidential space to discuss any concerns they have about their own emotional wellbeing.

Next step: This service is not available in all schools. Please contact your Designated Mental Health Link (DMHL) to find out further information about support in your school. 

MHEW Policy Development and Consultations

Making sure that children and adults are protected by policies, values, and attitudes (including behaviour, bullying, safeguarding and additional needs) and feel safe in the school environment and in the wider community.

Next step: This service is not available in all schools. Please contact your Designated Mental Health Link (DMHL) to find out further information about support in your school. 

Whole School Wellbeing Surveys and Improvement Planning

Measuring the impact of what you do to promote and support the mental health of the school community and identifying emerging mental health needs.

Next step: This service is not available in all schools. Please contact your Designated Mental Health Link (DMHL) to find out further information about support in your school. 

 

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