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42nd Street Peer Ambassadors

42nd Street Peer Ambassadors

Who can become a 42nd Street Ambassador? Any young person aged 13-25 who: Is passionate about the rights of young people and young adults in relation to mental health and wellbeing Able to commit to working as a part of a team Respects diversity and promotes equality Find out more about our work and current […]

The Women’s Group

When? The 2018 Women’s Group starts on 5th February and meets every Monday 4-6pm. 4-4:30pm: brews, food and catch-ups 4:30-6pm: activity (please get here for 4:30pm to get involved so you don’t miss anything) How do I get involved? We welcome all young women aged between 16-25. If you would like to come along and […]

Common Mental Health Difficulties

Future Training Dates will be posted here as they are confirmed. Leaning Outcomes Participants will gain: Understanding of stress as a risk factor in young people’s mental health. Understanding of the impact of common mental health difficulties on young people. Knowledge and resources to be able to identify mental health protective and risk factors in young […]

Supporting the Emotional Wellbeing of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Questioning Young People

Future Training Dates will be posted here as they are confirmed. Aim: To promote and raise awareness about the social inclusion and mental health needs of LGBTQ+ young people Learning Outcomes: Participants will gain: An awareness of the underpinning concepts relating to gender identity, sexual orientation and discrimination Increased awareness of the risk factors impacting on the emotional […]

Understanding Self Harm – Karina Nyananyo

Learning Outcomes Participants will:- Have an understanding of what self-harm is. Be able to identify why young people self-harm and the function that self-harm plays in their lives. Be able to dispel some of the commonly held beliefs about self-harm. Explore ‘best practice’ when working with people who self-harm. Understand how to support a young […]

Working Creatively – Harriet Williams

Learning outcomes For participants to have an understanding of the underpinning theory and knowledge when working creatively with young people To develop participants knowledge and understanding of Play and Play development and its influence on a child’s/ young person’s development To explore the use of metaphor and story-telling when working with young people For Participants […]

Introduction to Attachment and Working with Young People – Harriet Williams

Learning Outcomes For participants to have a basic understanding of the main principles of Attachment Theory For participants to have an improved knowledge of the different classifications of Secure and Insecure Attachment Styles For participants to be informed of the effects early Attachment styles and experiences can have on a young person’s global development For […]