Rise Up: Youth perspectives for better mental health in 2020 (online conference)

Price: Free | Project by: Heads Up Partnership
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About Project

Wondering how to support young people and their mental health in today's world?

2020 has been an unprecedented year for all of us, but it has particularly affected our young people.

Hosted by young people with lived experience of mental health difficulties, Rise Up will give you the opportunity to hear directly about how you can support young people and their mental health with the new challenges presented today.

In association with the Young Harrow Foundation, this online conference will provide:

• Young persons discussion panel: Offering you the opportunity to ask questions and gain insight into the needs and concerns of young people during challenging times.
• Specialist workshops: A choice of tailored, specialist workshop content delivered by our consortium partners.
• New service offer and resources: A chance to see the new HeadsUp service offer, including brand new lesson packs and classroom resources to help you support young people's mental health as they return to the classroom.
• Creative showcase: A short presentation of creative pieces created during lockdown by our young people.
• Introduction to Help Harrow mental health support: The new referral service that brings critical support together under one system.
• Educational Psychology Service project: An introduction to the new 'Wellbeing for Educational Return Project' by Hugh Watson from the Educational Psychology Service.

Workshop content from the HeadsUp Harrow partners:

Mosaic LGBT+ Young Persons' Trust
Safeguarding and pastoral care of young LGBT+ persons.
Description: This workshop will help you understand the needs of young LGBT+ persons and the ways that you can meet those needs in the context of safeguarding.

Centre for ADHD and Autism Support
Building Resilience and confidence in uncertain times.
A short workshop exploring ways parents and professionals can develop an understanding around the needs of the young people they support. We will consider coping strategies, communication techniques and methods of building resilience for both parent/professionals and the young people. We will also expand on what CAAS offer as a support service.

Paiwand (support for refugees and asylum seekers)
Breaking the Lock
Description: The workshop helps to understand the struggles of young refugee, asylum seekers and migrants during Covid 19 Lock-down and how to support them to overcome the adverse effects of the pandemic.

The Wish Centre (support for self-harm, neglect and abuse)
Lessons Learned from 2020: Helping Young Persons Develop the Toolkit for Better Emotional Resilience
Description: A short workshop discussing emotional resilience, coping strategies & safety planning exercises with students to help them get through tough times. Plus information on where to find more and downloadable resources.

Mind in Harrow
Helping you to help me
A taster of one of our peer-led workshops, equipping you with the tools to spot the early warning signs of mental health decline and how to have difficult conversations.

Register now via Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/Heads-Up-online-conference-2020

Project availability

06/10/2020-06/10/2020

16:00-18:30

No application required, simply go on the next available date.

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Cost Free
Available from - to 06/10/2020-06/10/2020
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Heads Up Partnership
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