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Mental Health Training for Young People

At Carlisle Eden Mind we aim to help young people become more positive about themselves, hopeful about their future, in control, and able to deal with life’s setbacks.

We hope that our training will also reduce stigma surrounding mental health amongst course participants and within their school community as a whole, encouraging pupils to speak up when they need help.

 

Mates in Mind 

Mates in Mind is our 2 hour Peer to Peer Emotional Wellbeing and Resilience training for Young People. Mates in Mind covers the following key areas:

• What is emotional wellbeing and resilience (from basic level)
• How can we spot the signs our mates maybe emotionally struggling
• How can we talk to them if we do spot the signs
• How can we help them – practically and emotionally
• Who else can help – trusted adults, GP, school staff
• When to get help – if even your friend doesn’t want you to

 

With You in Mind

With You in Mind is our 1 hour general mental health awareness training for Young People. With You In Mind covers the following key areas:

• What is mental health
• What is mental illness
• Common mental health illnesses – e.g. anxiety, depression
• What can effect our mental health negatively and positively
• What can we do to have positive mental health
• Who can we talk to if we are worried or need more information

 

Would like to discuss Mates in Mind, With You in Mind, or are you are looking for a bespoke course? We can design and deliver mental health training of direct relevance to your needs.

Please contact Lynsey Eland on:

Email: lynsey.eland@cemind.org 

Tel: 07474 527216

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Your stories...

  • Our students felt it was an eye opener and gave them the confidence to understand how to support their friendships.

    Assistant Head
  • The training was excellent, It was a relief to some students to know that is was ok to state when they needed support.

    Teacher
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