WHS Wellbeing Information

These are undeniably difficult times, but we hope to offer some advice and information to help you cope.

Our existing WHS Wellbeing and Mental Health page gives lots of information and links to further sources of advice for parents & carers.

We will be posting new articles and information to our news feed. These items can be found here: Wellbeing Updates

RECENT WELLBEING POSTS


  • Support Webinars for Parents

    Support Webinars for Parents

    The Schools and Colleges Early Support Service (SCESS), an online service run in partnership with the Anna Freud Centre and Mind, is offering a series of Parent/Carer webinars. The November …Read More »
  • World Mental Health Day

    World Mental Health Day

    Today is World Mental Health Day – a worldwide chance to talk about mental health in general; how we need to look after it; and how important it is to …Read More »
  • Free Mental Health Online Training Available

    Free Mental Health Online Training Available

    Every Life Matters is delivering FREE online training for parents on the following Mental Health topics: Mental Health Awareness Safety Planning Self Harm Alertness Suicide Alertness Suicide Awareness Suicide First …Read More »
  • A Handy Guide to Supporting Your Child’s Mental Health

    A Handy Guide to Supporting Your Child’s Mental Health

    It can be difficult for parents and carers to recognise when a child or young adult is struggling with a mental illness. This guide, developed by Kooth’s clinical team, will …Read More »
  • Family Action Service

    Family Action Service

    Family Action is a charity committed to building stronger families by providing practical, emotional and financial support. The local Carlisle group has put together this introductory presentation for young people …Read More »

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