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Join us for our free mental health webinars

We run live webinars for anyone who looks after children and young people - parents, carers, educators - as well as young people themselves and anyone interested in psychology or mental health. 

All of our webinars are presented by our mental health trainers, speakers and guest speakers who come from a wide range of professions, including education, psychology, social work, youth work, public health, psychotherapy and nursing. Past topics have included: the teen brain, sleep, supporting a highly sensitive child, and perfectionism.

The webinars explore practical, evidence-based strategies for maintaining positive mental health, whether that's paying attention to our own wellbeing, or how to support those around us.

If you have any questions about our webinars, please email

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Please note that not all NHS systems accept emails from us, due to NHS internal security settings. If you work for the NHS, to ensure that receive confirmation and joining instructions, you may need to register with a non-NHS email address and join using a non-NHS device.


Young people, self-esteem and self-confidence 

Self-esteem and self-confidence are important factors which influence mental health and wellbeing, contributing to the way people move through the world, how they see themselves and what they feel they’re capable of. Establishing positive self-esteem and building confidence early on can be crucial building blocks for mental wellbeing.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Why adolescence is such a key time in establishing positive self-esteem 
  • The internal and external factors that can impact young people's self-esteem
  • The difference between confidence and arrogance, and how to foster self-confidence 
  • The signs that a young person is experiencing low self-esteem, and provide practical strategies for helping young people develop their sense of self in a healthy way

Wednesday 10 July 6pm-7.30pm

Host: Andy Caress

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