We believe passionately that early intervention is the key to helping young people understand their
mental wellbeing. We work to inform and educate young people about mental health and equip young people with coping strategies so that they can manage their own wellbeing.
We can provide tailor-made workshops and assemblies for children in their own setting, covering a wide range of topics including exam stress, body image, anxiety management, self-esteem and coping strategies. We can also speak at parents’ evenings and staff training events, to help people learn more about young people’s mental health and challenge stigma.
Our highly-trained staff and volunteers, many of whom have lived experience of mental health issues, can provide groups to support specific individuals with emotional difficulties using Decider Life Skills training.
Our workshops, assemblies and small groups are tailored to children and young people from Reception Class to Year Six in the Southampton and New Forest area.
Our staff and volunteers can also support and collaborate with high schools, universities and community groups embarking on mental health or wellbeing projects for young people.
We are working closely with schools and colleges to continue to provide mental health and education throughout the pandemic. For more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.