Online Sessions

This campaign aims to prevent serious mental health conditions by increasing knowledge, raising mental health awareness and reducing stigma to encourage young people to just talk.

Please see the table below for details of our latest online sessions:

Online Sessions

Who for

Date

Time

Adolescent Development

Youth Professionals

28/04/2021

10:00 - 11:30

Five Ways to Wellbeing

Youth Professionals

29/04/2021

12:00 - 12:45

Emotional Wellbeing & Coping Strategies

Youth Professionals

05/05/2021

10:00 - 11:30

Introduction to Mental Health

Youth Professionals

11/05/2021

12:00 - 13:30

Adolescent Development

Youth Professionals

17/05/2021

13:00 - 14:30

Emotional Wellbeing & Coping Strategies

Youth Professionals

24/05/2021

13:00 - 14:30

Introduction to Mental Health

Youth Professionals

27/05/2021

10:00 - 11:30

Five Ways to Wellbeing

Youth Professionals

27/05/2021

12:00 - 12:45

Notes

For more information and to book onto an individual online session, please visit our Eventbrite: bit.ly/2QZqK4f

If you would like to book an in-house session for your class or team email [email protected] to arrange a private online session that they can all access from home and/or in the classroom.

Spot the Signs and Emotional Wellbeing bitesize videos for parents/carers and families

Our bitesize mental health and emotional wellbeing videos have been created especially for parents/carers and families to improve understanding and gain confidence in talking about mental health and emotions with children and young people.

Topics include:

  • Introduction to Mental Health
  • Five Ways to Wellbeing
  • Emotional Wellbeing and Coping Strategies

If you’re a parent/carer or other family member of a child or young person looking to learn more about how you can support them with their mental health, you can watch these videos via the link below:

YouTube Videos

About the campaign

Spot the Signs & Emotional Wellbeing is a fully-funded programme offering training and workshops to children and young people (CYP), CYP’s parents/carers and professionals working with CYP.

The programme provides psychoeducation, emotional resilience and signposting support to empower young people and the adults around them to feel confident enough to manage their mental and emotional health.

How it helps

  • Signposts young people to mental health support in Hertfordshire, with information on the website and a Signposting Guide you can download & print.
  • Encourages peer and familial support through mental health workshops
  • Empowers young people to take manage and control of their mental health
  • Offers a selection of free-of-charge training/workshop sessions including, mental health awareness, parental support, adolescent development, self-help strategies and a 4 hour suicide awareness training to professionals working with young people

Services menu

For a detailed breakdown of the training and workshops offerings please download our service menu below:

Spot the Signs & Emotional Wellbeing - Training and Workshop Menu

How to contact

For further information, or to book a free-of-charge training session please contact Jess on [email protected] or call 02037 273600

For further information on support in Hertfordshire, click here to visit the CAMHS website (opens in a new window)

Please note Spot the Signs & Emotional Wellbeing is not a crisis service. If you or someone you know are feeling suicidal please call Single Point of Access 0800 6444 101, or in case of an emergency call 999

Signposting Guide

Download our signposting guide below for information on numerous organisations that provide non-judgemental support no matter where you feel you need support. This includes support with addiction, bereavement, sexuality, family and many more.

Spot the Signs Young People's Signposting Guide - Printable Booklet*
Spot the Signs Young People's Signposting Guide (e-Version) - for online viewing

* To print the booklet, in the printer setting please select the following options: Landscape; Double-sided; Flip on short edge