The Lucy Rayner Foundation
What We Do
The Lucy Rayner Foundation deliver various mental health training workshops and programmes to promote a whole school ethos and environment that supports the emotional and mental health of pupils, staff, parents and the wider school community. For more information on any of the following workshops, contact Becky by emailing email@example.com.
Supporting Your Families Mental Health Workshop for Parents
Are you a parent who wants to learn more about mental health and how best to support a child who might be struggling? You are not alone. It can be difficult to find the right words, with many of us fear making the situation worse if we don’t understand what a child is going through.
Our twilight workshop, hosted by your school, will promote an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere and help break down barriers encouraging parents to seek advice, support and learn about supporting their children’s and own mental well-being.
Within this one-hour workshop, we will:
Mental Health Workshops
Mental Health Awareness Workshop
Mental health is multi-faceted and covers a wide range of issues. It is not uncommon for different mental health problems to overlap, making it difficult for someone to always relate to what someone is going through.
In this one-hour workshop, we explore some of the most common mental health conditions in more detail, giving parents, teachers and pupils a better understanding of mental health and help remove the stigma in seeking mental health support.
Some of the topics covered include:
Youth Mental Health First Aid Training
This course is designed to help people gain a better understanding of how poor mental health impacts young people. Parents, teachers and other authority figures alike can gain knowledge and practical advice on supporting someone going through a mental health crisis and how to recognise an individual suffering in silence. For more information on availability and costing, contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Self-Harm Workshop (1 hour)
Self-harm affects thousands of young people in the UK and it can be hard to know how to respond to it in young people that you live/work with. This course will help you to consider helpful strategies for supporting young people who self-harm while also supporting your own wellbeing.
In this one-hour workshop, we will:
For more information on availability and costing, contact us by emailing Becky
Get in Touch
Would you like to learn more about our foundation and the workshops we provide? Our friendly team are here to talk to you. Call us on 01737 910 907 to book an appointment. Alternatively, you can email us at email@example.com and a member of our team will respond to your enquiry as soon as possible.