Workshop- The Teenage Brain

The Post 16 Forum in Birmingham presents a half-day workshop for Schools with Sixth-Forms, Colleges, Universities and Post 16 providers.

Exploring the relationship between teenage brain development, attachment, experiences and education

This workshop will provide delegates with an insight into the mental and emotional health and wellbeing of young people. The workshop aims to help practitioners working with young people to grow their understanding of the eclectic needs, presentation and possible challenges faced by young people with mental and emotional difficulties.

We hope to support staff to feel more confident engaging with young people experiencing difficulty, whether that difficulty is a normal part of adolescent life or a part of an illness process.

Workshop Programme:

  • 9.30 am arrival and refreshments
  • 10.00am - Introduction 
  • Presenter: James Reeley CAMHS Clinical Nurse Specialist
  • 10.00 am – 11.15 am- So you’ve had a bad day?
  • 11.15 am – 11.30 -Break
  • 11.30 am - 1 pm – What does this mean for the day to day world. Taking this thinking back with you.​
  • 1 pm – Workshop Closes

About the Presenter:

James is an experienced Mental Health Nurse and Therapist with experience working with, and teaching about young people with emotional dysregulation and mental ill-health.

Booking: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/14-19-participation-and-skills-birmingham-city-council-17421999251

All Enquiries:      14-19[at]birmingham.gov[dot]uk

*Please note refreshments (tea/coffee) will be provided and delegates may purchase lunch from the onsite Café Pause.