Exploring Why Series & Talking to Your Teens.
There are two opportunities for families to seek support and advice for the challenge of raising healthy and happy teenages, better equipped to face the challenges of life in modern Britain.
The first is a series of free drop-in workshops offered by the Brighton and Hove Child and Adolosecent Mental Health Team (CAMHS) covering seven topics of use to parents with children of all ages including those with additional needs or who are fostered or adopted. You can choose to attend one, some or all of the sessions according to your interest or availability. They all take place at Dorothy Stringer School from 18:15-20:45 on 7 consecutive weeks, begining on 1st November and concluding on 13th December. They will focus on exploring:
- Individual Profiles
- Sensory Needs
Futher details can be dowloaded here.
The Talking to your Teens team are also back with a look at e-safety and bullying. Please see the flyer here for further details of the event on 15th November at Varndean School from 18:30-20:00. Future events include Talking to your Teeens about LGBT on 7th February and Talking to your Teens about drugs and alcohol on 9th May.
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