We can't run our workshops for children and young people on site just now, but we can offer them by online video. Workshops help you understand and look after your emotional health. You'll need a computer/laptop and a quiet space for 45mins for each session. We're using Zoom to provide these workshops and we'll require an email address as part of booking a place.
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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 through the post. 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. A link to join the Zoom workshop will be sent to you the day before it takes place.See full list of all workshops
Understanding and managing your emotions- ages 11+
Do you feel like you’re struggling to manage your hot thoughts? Do you feel like your emotions sometimes take over and you lose control? Do you struggle to react calmly to situations? This workshop will help you understand yourself better and to help you implement strategies to manage your emotions.
Managing worry - 8 to 11 years
Do you find it difficult to manage worries? Do you find that you worry about things you don’t necessarily need to? This workshop will look at practical worry managing strategies to help.
Aged 8-11 must be accompanied by a parent/careBook Now
Self-Harm Information Session (aged 11+)
Worried about self-harm? It could be you or someone that you know. Many people self-harm for different reasons. This workshop will help you understand what self-harm is, why people may do it and how to go about making changes.Book Now
General anxiety (ages 11+)
Do you find yourself scared about doing things and aren’t sure why? Do you find it difficult to manage your worries? Do you sometimes find that you want to avoid people or situations? This workshop will help you understand your anxieties, provide you with strategies to take back control and help you feel a little better.Book Now
Exam Anxiety (aged 14+)
Do you stress out at the thought of exams? Do you feel like you struggle to manage during exam season? This workshop can help you keep calm and carry on by learning practical strategies to manage exam anxiety.Book Now
Body Image and Self-Esteem (aged 11+)
Do you struggle finding positive things to say about yourself? Would you like to work towards feeling more confident about yourself? This workshop could be for you! We will spend time exploring what both body image and self-esteem means to you and how to nurture your resilience in this.
Building Resilience (aged 8-11)
Does your child struggle to manage their emotions? Do they find it hard to cope and bounce back from difficult situations? This workshop will explore ways that you can help them build up their emotional resilience and improve their confidence.
Note children must be accompanied by a parent/carerBook Now
Do you feel that you have no energy or motivation? Do you struggle to see a reason to get out of bed in a morning? Do you feel like you're a burden? This workshop will help you gain an understanding of low mood and how it can impact on daily functioning. It will focus on increasing positive behaviours and explore ways that you can improve your emotional wellbeing.
Ages 11+Book Now
Self harm information session
Worried about self-harm? It could be you or someone that you know. Many people self-harm for different reasons. This workshop will help you understand what self-harm is, why people may do it and how to go about making changes.
Ages 11+Book Now
Transitioning to High School/Middle School
Is your child worried about going to a new school, finding their way around a new environment or making new friends? This workshop explores how you can support your child during this transition and give them strategies to help themselves!
Ages 10 and 11 must be accompanied by a parent/carerBook Now