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This is a half-day course for people working with children and young people in West Sussex.
This course is being delivered through a partnership between Coastal West Sussex Mind, Grassroots Suicide Prevention, YMCA Downslink Group and West Sussex County Council.
A Short Guide To The Adolescent Brain - Course information
- Adolescents take too many risks, they never switch off their phones and they are so moody in the mornings….
- Come and bust some myths and negative stereotypes around teenagers and the teenage brain – their brains are amazing!
- Gain an evidence-based insight into latest research around what goes on in the developing brain and how it affects their present and their future
- What do we mean by Extended Adolescence?
- Understand better how childhood trauma impacts on the brain & body into adolescence and adulthood
- Come away with more insight and ideas on how to live and work more compassionately with adolescents
Getting to the Venue
The closest station to the venue is Crawley station. Next to Crawley library is a short stay four hour pay and display car park. This is on Haslett Avenue.
Timings and breaks
The course runs from 10.00am - 1.00pm
Tea and coffee will be provided during break times.
Your £10 registration fee for this course helps towards the additional venue and refreshment costs. This is a non-refundable deposit.
Please notify us ASAP if you are unable to attend the course. As this is a funded programme our aim is to ensure all available places are taken up. Early notification may mean we can offer this space to someone on our waiting list.
In House courses are a cost-effective way of training a whole team in your own venue, on a date that works for you. Please contact us to discuss your exact training needs on:
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Coastal West Sussex Mind
Welcome to Coastal West Sussex Mind
We are an independent local mental health charity working in West Sussex.
We aim to promote good mental health through the provision of high quality services and through campaigning to improve services, raise awareness and understanding.
Our services support young people, adults, older adults, carers and families affected by mental health problems. We offer help and advice to people around improving their physical and mental well-being, strengthening their self-esteem and confidence, building strong relationships with family, friends and communities, getting into education, training and work and achieving their personal and social goals.
We also work actively in local communities to raise awareness about mental health and tackle the stigma and discrimination.
Phone: 01903 277000