Our training is co-produced and co-delivered with young people with lived experience. We have expertise across a number of areas of disability, health and mental health, such as shared decision making, person centred care, difficult conversations and responding to difficulties young people face, such as bullying or self harm.
You can see examples of some of our training programmes below. We also provide bespoke training, so please contact us for more information.
Open Talk promotes shared decision-making and person centred care in children and young people’s inpatient and community mental health services. Developed in collaboration with young people and mental health professionals, Open Talk has developed a model of decision-making, training and is collating a growing bank of resources. The Open Talk training is co-delivered with young […]
Me first promotes CYP centred communication in health and social care to ensure children and young people of all ages and abilities are involved in conversations about their healthcare. We have worked in partnership with children, young people to co-develop: The Me first communication model, provides a practical framework to support children and young people […]
The Me first CYP centred conversations about safeguarding concerns programme is designed to enable professionals to develop the knowledge, skills and confidence to open up helpful conversations with children and young people when there are concerns about their safety, welfare or wellbeing. Health and care professionals tell us that they know the signs and symptoms […]
This training explores how to use feedback and outcomes tools (sometimes know as routine outcome measures) in children and young people’s mental health care. We explore how feedback and outcomes tools: can be used collaboratively and meaningfully with children and young people to support shared decision-making can support and enhance practice can support and enhance […]
Talking About Self Harm is a half day course designed to develop the skills and confidence of frontline education, health and social care professionals to talk to young people when they have concerns about self harm or mental health risk. Talking about self harm is developed in partnership with MindMonkey Associates. For more information, please […]
We Can Talk is a highly interactive one day training taught by hospital and mental health experts alongside a young advisor. The training enables hospital staff to recognise the important role they are already playing in supporting the emotional and mental health of young people and builds on these existing skills. We Can Talk CYP MH training […]