Promoting young people’s emotional health and wellbeing

  28 Sep 2019

  10.00-17.00

Following the very successful mental health symposium in November 2018, we are organising a similar event this autumn, focusing on ways homeopathy can improve the mental and emotional health of young people.

Location

365 Holloway Road
London
UK

Promoting young people’s emotional health and wellbeing

365 Holloway Road, London, UK

 

Saturday 28th September 2019 

Resource for London, Holloway Road, London N7 6PA

Following the very successful mental health symposium in November, 2018, we are organising a similar event this autumn focusing on ways homeopathy can improve the mental and emotional health of young people.

Homeopaths, counsellors and psychotherapists share their experience of working with young people.

Saira Keevill-Thomas is both a homeopath and psychotherapist with busy practices in Chichester and London.  She is also Co-Principal of South Downs School of Homeopathy.  Saira will be exploring how homeopathy is able to work alongside other mental health services for children.

Moira Brown has been a homeopath for 17 years and is also a Cranio-Sacral Therapist. Moira works with Kids Inspire Charity working to improve children’s mental health and wellbeing using a broad range of therapies and early intervention. Moira will give a presentation on how homeopathy is used alongside other therapies as part of an integral treatment plan for  children and their families.

Philippa Fibert has worked with children with behavioural disorders throughout her career. Since experiencing how helpful homeopathy is for these children she has specialised in this and also conducts clinical research exploring its effectiveness.  Philippa’s presentation will focus on the treatment of emotional dysregulation such as temper tantrums, meltdowns, depression and anxiety within ADHD.

Safeguarding and Lone working : considerations for good practice in the interface of homeopathy and psychotherapeutic practice – a presentation by Michèle Bartlett and Jill McWilliam, members of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).

Michèle Bartlett is both a UKCP registered Arts Psychotherapist and a Child Psychotherapist, with over 20 years experience of working with adults and children in private practice. She also has extensive experience of working with young people in schools. 

Jill McWilliam is a UKCP registered Educational Psychotherapist (Child Psychotherapist) with over 15 years experience of working with children in school and community settings. Jill has a background in training and Education working in multi cultural and multi agency settings for over 30 years.   

A light vegetarian salad lunch and refreshments will be included

Promoting young people's emotional health flyer

 

Booking

All bookings should be received 3 weeks prior to the event in order to ensure a place.

We reserve the right to cancel any workshop if we do not have a minimum number of bookings.

We need to ensure that we have sufficient participants for events to be viable before we confirm them, usually 3 weeks before the date of the workshop. If you need to cancel because of exceptional circumstances, it may be possible to issue a voucher to be used for a future event: requests for vouchers must be made in writing.

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