The Let’s all Talk Mental Health 2022 season has started and we would recommend the course to parents. The organisation offers ‘informative, incisive and practical help from leading experts to support parents and carers of teens struggling with their mental health.’
‘The Let’s all Talk Teen Mental Health 2022 Season is a series of 15 evening online talks with audience Q&A for parents, caregivers and family members to support their teens, understand the issues, and find out more about routes for help.
When teenagers struggle with their mental health, more often than not, it is the parents, carers or schools that are at the frontline trying to help.
Join us, as we go one-to-one with leading experts, therapists and psychologists to lift the lid on what can be one of the hardest roads to travel for a parent.’
The link to the website is at https://www.letsalltalkmentalhealth.co.uk/ and you will discover how to choose your sessions and obtain further details on each one.
Monday 24th January’s session with Dr Shirley Reynolds on treating low mood & depression in teenagers and a preview can be seen HERE.
For their next session at 8pm on Monday 7th February, the Let’s all Talk Mental Health team are welcoming back clinical psychologist, Dr Bettina Hohnen to talk about teen anxiety, what to look out for, ways that you can support your teenagers and places you can get help – link up to it at: Join us for this event for just £5.
A season pass for 2022’s talks and audience Q&A sessions is available with a season pass for just £25 to access all of the sessions live and on demand and, as a season pass holder, you get exclusive access to the back catalogue of expert talks from 2021. This includes the option to watch live or on-demand until the end of August.
Let’s All Talk Mental Health can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.orgCategories: Priory Post Senior Sixth Form Whole School