Coronavirus Mental Health & Well-being Workshop for Young People: Life After Lockdown
- Duration: 1 – 4 hours (Custom Sessions Available)
- Location: UK/International
- Suitability: Schools, Colleges, Universities, Foster Homes, Prisons, Secure Hospitals, PRUs, Young Offender Institutions, Charities and Corporations
- Workshop Type: Face to Face or Virtual Facilitation via Zoom/Teams etc
- Staff Training/Corporate Workshops: Yes
- Training Resources: Getting a Grasp on Youth Mental Health: Covering Risk Factors, Bullying, Social Media, Eating Disorders, Anxiety, Self-Harm and Much More by Letise Sampson (See Resource Guide Tab)
When schools eventually return, it will take time to get back to normal. Do you have a plan in place to look after children’s mental health and well-being? Will you be able to answer all of their questions?
The worst thing we can do is to throw children back into the cut and thrust of school life without preparing them for life after lockdown.
Book a coronavirus workshop debrief from the UK’s premier PSHE workshop providers
Evidence shows that debriefing adults following a trauma helps them to process difficult thoughts and emotions and return more quickly to normal function. It is essential that we follow the same rationale when children and teenagers finally return to school following weeks and potentially months of lockdown.
By looking after our children’s wellbeing immediately on their return, they will more quickly be able to move on from the disruption of the past, refocus on their schoolwork and plan for their future achievement.
During the lockdown, 2020 Dreams have been hard at work preparing the ultimate coronavirus workshop to debrief – a super workshop built from the best parts of our popular Mental Health, Emotional & Physical Well-being workshop collection.
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What does the 2020 Dreams coronavirus workshop debrief include?
We have distilled the most relevant content from 10 of our Mental Health, Emotional & Physical Well-being workshops and tailored them to cover the topic of coronavirus. The areas covered are:
- Emotional Resilience. How young people can bounce back from turbulent times by understanding their thoughts and feelings about coronavirus and seeking help when needed.
- Healthy Eating. The importance of a balanced diet and sufficient sleep for boosting immunity.
- Personal Hygiene. Understanding government recommendations for hand-washing and social distancing. How these can help protect vulnerable people from coronavirus.
- Positive Thinking. Replacing negative thoughts with positive ones and how to use meditation and exercise to protect mental health.
- How to be a Supportive Friend. Looking out for one another both within the school and outside.
- Death & Bereavement. What to do when you have lost a loved one to coronavirus.
- Understanding Depression. Recognising the signs of depression and knowing where to go to access help.
- What to do if you feel life is not worth living. (2020 Dreams facilitators will take appropriate action if a student reveals suicidal thoughts or feelings).
- Anxiety & OCD. The role of the news (including fake news) in increasing anxiety. How to access trusted information via the NHS, PHE, etc. and how to recognise patterns of unhealthy behaviour (e.g. constantly checking the news).
- Healthy Relationships. Facing problems together and the power of the school community to overcome fear and misinformation.
How 2020 Dreams workshops can help
All 2020 Dreams workshops are run by experienced, DBS-cleared facilitators. The content is age-appropriate and can be customised to your precise needs.
While our priority is to provide a safe, supportive environment we use proven techniques of youth engagement including sensitively designed role-play scenarios and student-led open forum discussions.
We can reach any part of the UK and work with all types of youth organisation from schools, nurseries and colleges to Pupil Referral Units and Young Offender Institutions.
To find out more or to make a provisional booking, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our friendly team on 0800 471 4983.
To support our work in raising awareness we have produced a number of books.
Topics include Knife Crime, Gang Prevention, Mental Health & more.
Our publications are suitable for both parents & teachers.
Book with Confidence with 2020 Dreams
As industry leaders in the provision of high-quality educational workshops, 2020 Dreams are the first choice PSHE workshop provider for many UK schools, young people’s charities, PRUs, Young Offender Institutions and other youth establishments.
We have also provided courses for national bodies such as the BBC and Prince’s Trust. Our experienced and well-trained facilitators are skilled at engaging with young people of all ages and course content will be carefully tailored depending on the age range of those present. We are happy to create customised workshops where necessary; just contact us in advance.
Thank You for the Mental Health INSET Training
L. Jackson. Deputy Director Lifelong Learning, Barnet and Southgate College, London
The Facilitator Was Very Engaging
Both Year 5 and 6 girls felt comfortable to open up to each other. Thank you for the workshop!
A. Northern. St Albans High School for Girls, St Albans
The Body Image Workshop Was Interactive
Many thanks for the day!.
T, Muirhead, Castleford Academy
Thank You for Organising the Two Guest Speakers
From a personal point of view, I saw two of the presentations and I thought they were extremely good. Thanks again!
M.Leadon. Assistant Principal, Chinford Foundation School, London
Mental Health Workshops Was Captivating!
A, Russell. Whitefriars School, Harrow, London
To book a workshop with 2020 Dreams or to find out more about our courses including the range of PSHE issues we cover we invite you to call us for free on 0800 471 4983 or email hello@2020Dreams.org.uk.
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We will not be providing medical advice in our workshops, which are designed for awareness-raising purposes only.