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Mental Health and Wellbeing for Children

Would it be helpful for you to gain information, advice or guidance on where to go for support and/or what you can do to help your child?


Do you think your child may have additional needs or think they are delayed in their development?


Then the additional needs drop-in sessions within our Family Centre’s might be what you’re looking for.


The workshops are drop-in sessions where you can come and speak to a number of professionals*, with a wide range of knowledge and experience, about your child, their development and the support available.


There will be tea and coffee available in a relaxed environment where you can speak to any of the professionals and ask any questions you might have. If they don’t know the answer they will make sure that someone is identified who can help.


No need to book, just turn up on any of the dates during the times identified and we will be ready and looking forward to speaking with you.


The sessions are Early Help sessions for those families early in understanding and supporting their child’s possible additional needs.




Dress to Express Mufti day fundraiser for Children’s Mental Health Week 2023 – Friday 10th February

2 Day Easter Workshop Wellbeing Matters for 7-11's at Southcourt Family Centre Plus

Parent Led Support Group

Mental Health websites for children:


ChildLine - Calm Zone


BBC Bitesize - Kindness


Relax Kids -


7 ways to calm CBEEBIES -


Cosmic Kids -


What is anxiety? -


Youth Sport Trust Active Minds - Rachael M



To share with children who may have OCD traits: