March Workshops 

 

 

Essential workshops for every parent

 

As a parent we often find ourselves ill-equipped when it comes to dealing with, or even being aware of, our child’s or young person’s mental wellbeing. In order to help them, we first need an understanding ourselves of what we mean by mental health. Second, the tools to help our young person with any emotional difficulties.  

These two complimentary workshops offer some useful insights, guidance and tips on understanding mental health and ways you can help your child. 

 

 

Workshops for all carers (including parents supporting under 18’s)

 

 

Navigating the Children’s Mental Health Maze


Tuesday 9th March, 7-9pm

To register, CLICK HERE (Eventbrite)

  • An informative session exploring statutory mental services for children and teenagers in Richmond borough, referral routes and how they work (e.g SPA, CAMHS), Achieving for Children and voluntary sector support.

 

Recovery and wellbeing

Wednesday 3rd March, 7-9pm
To register, CLICK HERE (Eventbrite)

  • Recovery is not a solo or linear journey, it’s a family process. Learn how to safeguard your own wellbeing through the ups and  downs.
  • Includes 5 ways to wellbeing and practical activities.

 

 

Further Workshops (open to all)

 

Mind and Body Mindfulness

Every Monday, 10am
To register, CLICK HERE (Eventbrite)

A somatic mindfulness workshop that is both fun and engaging AND makes a real difference to your mental well being. Join us on Mondays. 

 

The Tree of Life

Friday 5th March, 11am
To register, CLICK HERE (Eventbrite)

The Tree of Life is a recovery approach, based on narrative therapy that focuses on culture, heritage, spirituality, strengths and hope. The tree is used as a metaphor for an individual’s life and each part represents different elements from their past, current lives and future.