Contact your Synagogue or Youth group to find out what events they are taking part in over the 19th & 20th January.
Alternatively you can browse other Mental Health awareness activities, facilitated by Jami, below.
MHFA Adult (2 full days or 4 evenings; recommended number or participants: 8 - 16)
We are accredited providers of Adult Mental Health First Aid. This internationally recognised training course is the gold standard in equipping you with skills you can use as a ‘first aid response’ to help someone in distress. Come and join us to learn more about a variety of mental health problems, treatments currently used in England and increase your confidence in supporting others.
MHFA Youth (2 full days or 4 evenings; recommended number or participants: 8 - 16)
We are accredited providers of Youth Mental Health First Aid. This internationally recognised training course is the gold standard equipping you to provide a ‘first aid response’ to support adolescent mental health and wellbeing. We know that in recent months there has been an increase in concern around young people’s mental health in our community. Come and join a group of likeminded people, particularly parents, concerned about their young people to learn more about a variety of mental health problems, treatments currently in use and increase your confidence in supporting young people.
Community Conversations – Self Harm in Young People (2 hours; max number of participants 20)
According to a study by Young Minds, 1 in 12 young people and children are thought to self harm. CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services) have seen a huge spike in referrals for self harm in the last few years with no sign of change. This seminar sets out to explore the current rise in self harm and how it is related to young people’s mental health. Why do young people self harm? We will look at the practicalities of the “do’s and don’ts” around supporting someone who discloses self harm and the challenges for youth workers, volunteers and school staff relating to self harm issues.
Community Conversations – Stress, Pressure and Meltdown: Building Resilience in our Families (2 hours; max number of participants 20)
Families face more pressures and strains than ever. With our hectic lifestyle we seem to have increasingly less time to spend together. Come and join Tanya Harris (Head of Services) and Philippa Carr (Recovery Education Manager) to explore how our children’s and our own emotional wellbeing are interlinked and how we can kick-start those much needed conversations.
Mental Health in the Jewish Community (1 hour plus Q&A; max number of participants 50)
1 in 4 British adults will experience a mental health problem each year and our community is no exception. Come and join us to explore the social impact of mental health problems, the risk factors and how we as a community can look after ourselves and others.
Snapchat, Stress and Our Wellbeing (1 hour interactive workshop; max number of participants 30)
This session will explore key ideas around our mental health whilst focussing on the different types of stress currently experienced by 14-18 year olds. We will look at the specific resources available to this generation and how they can be used to manage the pressures and expectations we all face. We will include discussion alongside creative activities to unpack this important subject.
Mindfulness and Milkshakes (1 hour interactive workshop; max number of participants 30)
If you’re aged 14-18 and would like to take part in some taster Mindfulness and wellbeing activities to help you develop better tools to manage your stress come an join us. Free Head Room Café milkshakes included!
To arrange any of these workshops for your community, get in touch with us.
Family Wellbeing Day
Sunday 4th March 2018
Following on from our hugely successful Family Resilience Conference in 2017, alongside the new parents five week course, Jami brings you a team building day for the family.
Learn how Family Mindfulness, Kabbalat Shabbat, and laughter yoga can help your family. Have a chance to try a taster session of Family Therapy. Find out how to help children build memories of good times that can last a lifetime.
We will be running a separate teenagers’ event: Mindfulness and Milkshakes at the Head Room Café from 6pm-9pm that evening.
To book your space, contact the Head Room team at Jami.
Further details will be announced soon.
Tickets will be £5.