We are excited to invite you to join our inaugural Well Educated Event at The Elms in Colwall, Uk. Date TBC
In Person & Digital
As a parent, you’re well aware of the pressures that surround the children of today. They are exposed to the demand of social media, the pressure to fit in amongst peers and the expectations of education daily.
On the surface many children may appear to be fine, but often this is not the case. Underneath there may be a whirlwind of confusion, anxiety and despair slowly chipping away at their mental health and self-esteem. However, there are ways you can help them to feel psychologically secure and happy in their environment.
We understand your child’s well-being is of the utmost importance to you. We are excited to invite you to our upcoming active learning event, where you will have the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the importance of mental health in young people through interactive discussions and hands-on exercises.
It’s not always easy to know what mental health looks like in our own children and often it can be difficult to identify the right steps to help them. This event will educate you on how to recognize the signs of mental health problems in children and adolescents, and provide you with tools and resources to support your child’s mental well-being.
Our event will feature expert speakers who will share their knowledge and experience on the topic, as well as provide practical advice on how to support your child through difficult times. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions and participate in discussions.
The event begins
To help you gain a holistic understanding of mental health and wellbeing we will be covering a range of topics including:
Importance of nature for the mind
The importance of movement
Staff and parent wellbeing
The anatomy of grief
What you'll learn
We strive to ignite the spark of connection and empathy between you and your child. Being able to truly understand the inner workings of your child’s mind, to comprehend the struggles they may face, and to communicate with them in a way that they feel truly heard is invaluable for their development and is the foundation of a deep and lasting bond between you both.. Join us and discover the transformative power of understanding, compassion, and open communication.
Other areas we’ll cover are:
- Early detection and intervention: by understanding the signs and symptoms of mental health issues, you can identify potential problems early on and take steps to intervene before they become more severe.
- How to increase your capacity to provide support: having a comprehensive understanding of your child’s mental health can help you give them emotional support, connect them with appropriate resources, and advocate for them if they need help.
- Improved academic and social outcomes: mental health issues can negatively impact academic and social development. By understanding and addressing these issues, you can help improve your child’s performance and well-being in school and in social situations.
- Promote resilience: when you understand and support the mental health of your child, you can help them build resilience and coping skills to manage stress and uncertainty, which will benefit them in the long term.
Featuring Key Speakers:
Join Us for the Event of the Year
Having a deep understanding of mental health and wellbeing will help to improve overall quality of life for your child and assist you in building a stronger relationship with them.
Mark your calendar and join us to learn more about how to support your child’s mental health.
Make sure you take advantage of our Early Bird ticket for parents for just £95 for all day access to workshops and presentations specifically tailored to you and your child’s needs