Psychosis 101: Supporting Young People who experience Psychosis
With Social Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health needs a growing concern amongst young people nationally the Rivermead Partnership, part of the Rivermead Inclusive Trust, is looking to be proactive and use experienced gained from it's specialist staff and local learners to educate others on how best to support young people experiencing psychosis.
Aimed at staff within education, youth work or other supportive provisions we invite you to come along and see what it can feel like to have psychosis. You will have the chance to read testimonials from parents, from learners, from support as well as talk to staff working alongside learners who experience psychotic episodes. There will be an interactive opportunity to feel for yourself what it can feel like and a chance for questions and additional support at the end of the session.
We will be looking at learners of a secondary and post-16 age and sharing information and supportive strategies.
Please confirm by selecting a ticket and registering for this event. We are limited on spaces but if you wish to get more information you can contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please arrive promptly to the reception at Mid Kent College and a member of staff will collect you and escort you to the set room. There is a coffee shop available on site for refreshments and you will be required to sign in at reception.
Look forward to seeing you there!