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    Online workshop: Introduction to Adolescent Mental Health

    Understand young people’s mental health and support them through their teenage years

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    Online workshop: Trauma and Adversity

    Learn about the impact of adverse life experiences on children’s wellbeing and use trauma-informed approaches to support their mental health.

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    Anxiety Training

    Understand how anxiety affects children and young people and develop strategies to help them manage it

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    Early Years Mental Health Training

    Learn how to promote positive mental health in primary and early years to give children the best start in life.

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    Introduction to Children and Young People's Mental Health

    This introductory one-day course will help you understand mental health and learn helpful ways of working with children experiencing distress.

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    Building Resilience Training

    Understand the importance of resilience and how to help build it in the children and young people you work with.

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    Participation in Young People's Mental Health Training

    Understand how participation can improve mental health services for children and young people, and plan your own participation offer.

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    Evaluating Participation Training

    Learn how to evaluate your organisation’s participation work, and how to meaningfully involve young people in the process.

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    Trauma and Mental Health Training

    Learn about the impact of adverse life experiences on children’s wellbeing and use trauma-informed approaches to support their mental health.

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    Participation with Vulnerable Groups Training

    Help young people who experience extra vulnerabilities to have their say in the design and delivery of mental health services

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