Child Mental Health Workshops
One in ten children aged 5 to 16 suffer from a diagnosable mental health condition. Mental health can seriously affect a child’s education, self-confidence and self-esteem.
Our Child Mental Health Workshops can help children and young people to recognise the early signs of mental health in themselves and others, and to reduce the stigma associated with mental health.
Our facilitators are delivered by Liz Meller, a Systemic Family Psychotherapist and Workshop Facilitator, who will work with your children/students to promote wellbeing, regular exercise, healthy sleeping patterns, relaxation and breathing skills and explore resilience. Coping skills for dealing with anger, anxiety and stress will also be covered.
This half-day workshop is delivered in a fun, interactive way. Teachers will be given a follow up pack as part of the workshop.
Bio for Liz Meller
Liz is a UKCP registered Systemic Family Therapist and supervisor. She has over 20 years’ experience of practising therapeutically alongside children, young people and their families in the field of mental health and substance misuse within a number of settings.
Primarily Liz works for a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) providing therapeutic interventions, supervision and consultation. Over the years Liz has learnt the importance of working collaboratively with services such as education to increase resilience and improve outcomes for children and young people.
Using this wealth of experience and knowledge Liz provides bespoke workshops for children and young people in schools, the purpose of which is to promote wellbeing and emotional resilience. Content can be specifically requested e.g., self-harm anxiety etc.
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