Our workshops are provided both in person and online. It will be stated on the booking form which workshop will be in person and which you can access online. The sessions are interactive, giving you an opportunity to share and engage in activities. Please don't be shy, we're all in the same boat!
We'll require an email address as part of booking a place. If you're accessing our workshops online, you'll need a computer/laptop and a quiet space for 90 minutes for each session.
We are constantly updating our workshops to add new information or bring them in line with new guidelines and recommendations. We welcome anyone who wishes to attend our workshops. Even if you've attended before, you may learn something new.
Please be considerate when booking onto a workshop. Places are limited and not everyone who wants to attend can. If you are booked onto a workshop and can no longer attend, let us know so someone on our waiting list can get the support they need.
Workshops are for Kirklees residents only
Workshop materials will be sent via email after the session, with a feedback form.
Please sign up at least 7 days before the session is due to take place. You will see a confirmation screen as soon as you have signed up, confirming your place on the workshop, this is instead of a confirmation email. A link to join the Zoom workshop will be sent to you the day before it takes place.See full list of workshops
Back to School Support for Parents and Carers
Do you want to find out more about how you can support your child in preparing to return to education? This workshop looks to provide parents and carers a chance to explore and discuss practical ideas and advice on supporting children and young people back into school.Book Now
Understanding behaviour as communication
When young people behave in a way we find difficult, we need to understand why they're behaving in this way. What could they be trying to communicate to you?Book Now
ASC (Autism Spectrum Condition) Awareness Session
Workshops aimed at raising awareness and better understanding of Autism. Take the opportunity to see what autism is from the perspective of autistic people through videos and information presented by the ASC family worker, meet others and share your experiences in a relaxed environment.Book Now
Supporting children and young people with parental separation
To understanding the impact this can have on the emotional and mental wellbeing of children and young people with a view to minimising this and promoting positive co-parentingBook Now
The impact of the digital age on mental wellbeing
Information on how to keep our CYP safe using the internet and social media to avoid the potential of a negative impact emotionally and mentally.Book Now
ADHD Awareness Session
ADHD/ADD workshop aimed at raising awareness and better understanding of ADHD/ADD through information and videos where you can meet others and share your experiences in a relaxed environment.Book Now