CYPMHC Lunch and Learn webinarsCYPMHC2023-08-30T15:09:07+01:00
CYPMHC Lunch & Learn webinars
The Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition run regular lunch and learn webinars on topical issues related to the work that our members do. Here are recordings of our past sessions, linked with their accompanying blogs, which we have ran jointly with our members.
All our lunch & learn webinars are member led. If any of our members are interested in running a session in 2023 then we’d love to hear from you.
Online launch of CYPMHC’s report on behaviour and mental health in schools, following our year long inquiry with young people, parents, carers and professionals. The inquiry looks at the impact of school behavioural policies on children and young people and finds that whilst it is important for schools to have clear expectations and boundaries in place, punitive approaches to behaviour management are harming children and young people’s mental health.
Bringing together members to find out more about Mental Health Awareness Week and how to get involved. Attendees share their own plans for Mental Health Awareness Week and their resources.
Impact of parent relationships
Webinar on parental relationships and children and young people’s mental health, with Tavistock Relationships. In this accompanying blog, Holly Ingram looks at the impact parental conflict has on children and young people.
Sir Norman Lamb reflects
Watch this webinar with Sir Norman Lamb as he shares his reflections on his time as Chair at the Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition and his vision for the future of children and young people’s mental health.
The economic cost of poor parental mental health
A great opportunity to hear more about the work that CYPMHC members Our Time do and explore the economic cost and long-lasting consequences to the impact of poor parental mental health.
Online Safety Bill
Webinar on the Online Safety Bill, a new set of laws to protect children and adults online. Update from Centre for Countering Digital Hate, Mental Health Foundation, Samaritans and YoungMinds on the work they are doing in this area.
Equally Well highlight the importance of ensuring young people diagnosed with long term mental health conditions are supported to manage their physical health as early as possible. Read the blog from Equally Well.
Catalogue of Mental Health Measures
The webinar provides the opportunity to find out more about the catalogue, including an interactive demonstration, and how it can support our members work. Read more about the catalogue.
Cost of living and children and young people's mental health
CYPMHC members explore what the cost of living crisis means for organisations working to support children and young people, and for children, young people and their families. Members also shared their resources of support.
The links between neurodevelopmental conditions and CYP MH
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