Chums Workshops, Support and Information
Please see information for parents/carers, including a Family Wellbeing Team (FWT) flyer
Chums Winter/Spring term virtual workshops which we are offering to families in Bedfordshire and Luton. All workshops are delivered via Microsoft Teams video call and last 2 hours approx.
Families must be registered to a GP surgery in Central Bedfordshire, Bedford Borough or Luton to be accepted onto a workshop.
If you wish to attend any workshop, you can sign up by completing a word registration form (see attached) and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note, families must sign up at least a week before the workshop they wish to attend and places are allocated on a first-come, first served basis.
Parent Sleep Workshop (Children aged 12 and under) - The workshop will cover the following topics; why sleep is important, what is ‘good’ sleep, possible causes of sleep difficulties and learning strategies to help overcome sleep problems.
• Tuesday 28th February; 9:30-11:30am
Teenage Sleep Workshop (Children aged 13+) - The workshop will cover the following topics; why sleep is important, what is ‘good’ sleep, sleep hygiene tips and strategies for managing worries at night.
• Monday 27th March; 16:00-18:00pm
Parent Self-esteem workshop (Children aged 12 and under) – The workshop equips parents with an understanding of self-esteem and ways to promote high self-esteem through parenting style and collaborative activities to try at home with their young person
• Wednesday 26th April; 9:30-11:30am
Teenage self-esteem (Parents and young people 13+) - One off workshop which equips teenagers with an understanding of self-esteem and tools to build confidence through thought challenging, relaxation and activities to celebrate strengths and successes. Workshop also offers parental tips for building self-esteem in adolescence
• Tuesday 21st February; 16:00-18:00pm
0-5 Resiliency Workshop (Parents of children aged 0-5) - The workshop will look at the importance of relationships, healthy attachment and how children are constantly learning from those around them. It will cover emotional regulation and how parents/carers are in a prime position to model healthy emotional regulation and behaviours. The workshop will also cover strategies and techniques to help build resiliency in children.
• Friday 21st April; 9:30am-11:30am
Primary Resiliency Workshop - (Parents of children aged 6-12) – The workshop will cover the following topics; mental health vs mental health problems, emotional regulation, psychoeducation around anxiety and low mood, and strategies for relaxation.
- Monday 16th January; 17:00-19:00pm
Secondary Resiliency Workshop (Children aged 13+) – The workshop will cover the following topics; mental health vs mental health problems, emotional regulation, psychoeducation around anxiety and low mood, and strategies for relaxation.
• Wednesday 15th March; 16:00-18:00pm
Anxiety Workshop (Parents of children under the age of 12) - The workshop will cover the following topics; Emotional development in children, emotional regulation, psychoeducation around anxiety and anxiety management strategies.
- Monday 23rd January; 17:00-19:00pm