0208 189 8400
[email protected]
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0208 189 8400 [email protected]

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. All sessions can be delivered in-person or online upon your request.

How it helps:

  • Signposts children and 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 children and young people to manage, monitor and take control of their mental health
  • Offers a selection of free training and workshops covering mental health awareness, parental support, adolescent development, self-help strategies and a formal suicide awareness training for professionals working with young people

Our online sessions

We offer the following online sessions, free of charge. If you would like to attend an online session individually, please visit our Eventbrite page to book on and be notified of latest session dates.

If you have a group or class of 10 or more and are interested in booking an in-house session either online or in-person, please contact us at [email protected]

For further information about each session and next training date please click on the images below.

Please inform us if you are unable to attend a training session. Failure to do so on more than one occasion could prevent you from making further bookings.

Cancelling your ticket can be done through Eventbrite or by emailing the contact.

Services menu

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

Spot the Signs & Emotional Wellbeing – Training and Workshop Menu