Shropshire Beam Emotional and Mental Health and Wellbeing support

Hello,

Shropshire Beam, an Emotional Health and Wellbeing service run by The Children’s society, are offering parents the chance to attend Teams sessions with the aim of educating parents in how to support their children with their mental health needs.

They are running a number of free sessions, which you will be able to access on Teams. There are four Workshops which will be rolled out until the end of May 2022 at various different times to enable more people to attend, please see the following details of content:-

  • Supporting Children & Young People with Anxiety – aims & Objectives are to pass over psycho – education within the topic followed by practical suggestions of methods & techniques to help support the youth experience issues with anxiety.

 

  • Wellbeing Planning – a workshop which explains & provides a tool for Children & Young people to support their general Emotional Health & Wellbeing, it recognises triggers and promotes self-awareness, his can also be used as a relapse tool to support resilience.

 

  • Sleep Support – aims to pass over psycho – education within the topic followed by practical suggestions & advise of methods & techniques to help support the children & young people having difficulties with getting to sleep and staying a sleep.

 

  • Understanding & responding to SelfHarm –  – aims & Objectives are to pass over psycho – education within the topic followed by practical suggestions of methods & techniques to help support the youth experience issues with self-harm.

If you feel like any of the sessions would be helpful in equipping you with the skills/knowledge that would enable you to support your children with anxiety, well-being, sleep or self-harm, then please drop an email into the school office for the attention of myself and I will forward you the Teams links, with the various dates and times.

If you would like to find out more or ask some questions about the sessions, please contact me through the school office.

Thanks,

Miss Latham