Webinar Recording Archive | Jigsaw Youth Mental Health

Webinar: Self-care during winter months

We held the second instalment of a new series of webinars for parents on Monday, 9 November.

The theme of this webinar was self-care during winter months. You may notice when you are tired, stressed or feeling run down, this can have a knock-on impact on the dynamics and relationships in the household. This can then increase tensions and arguments. As a parent, paying attention to your own mental health and wellbeing is not a luxury; it is a necessity.

In this webinar, Jigsaw clinicians Conor and Olive gave a 20-minute presentation. This was followed by questions and answers from parents.

The areas covered are:

  • A look at some of the things that might deplete our wellbeing
  • How our body responds and how we may respond in ways that might not be helpful
  • Explore more helpful ways to respond
  • Practical things parents can do to look after their own self-care

You can view the full recording below.

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Webinar: Supporting young people struggling with mental health at school

We held the first instalment of a new series of webinars for parents on Monday, 19th October.

The theme of this webinar was supporting young people struggling with mental health at school. Jigsaw clinicians Jen and Linda gave a 20 minute presentation, followed by questions and answers from parents.

This webinar covers the following topics:

You can view the full recording below.

 

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Webinar: Supporting during lockdown

This is a recording of a webinar for parents about how to support young people while in lockdown for the prevention of Covid-19.

Jen and Vanessa presented a piece about compassion-focused support and took questions live from parents and responded.

Webinars to support youth mental health

Check out the webinar recording  for parents on supporting young people with anxiety .

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