For parents with children experiencing mental health issues:
We understand that supporting a child who is experiencing mental health issues can feel isolating at times,
Join us at the Gwent Wildlife Trust's Magor Marsh Reserve for a morning of walking, talking, tea, coffee and cake.
In our work counselling and delivering Mental Health First Aid training we have found that there is very little support for parents and carers of young people experiencing mental health issues. That's why we are running these Wild Wellbeing mornings, to provide a place to meet, share and start building a support network in south-east Wales.
There will be the opportunity to walk in the beautiful Gwent Levels, find out more about the rich and varied wildlife or take part in woodland and craft activities and chat over a cuppa.
Wild Wellbeing will be run by Angela and Shirish from Elemental Health in association with the Gwent Wildlife Trust. The mornings are completely free but please RSVP so we know how much cake to bring.
Date: 18th April 10am - 12:00
Angela McMillan is a British Association for counselling and psychotherapy accredited counsellor (Membership number 031233) and supervisor with over ten years experience working with adults and young people. She has worked for a number of high profile organisations including Childline, Mind, The YMCA and the Terrence Higgins Trust and has run counselling services in sixth form colleges and schools. She delivers mental health awareness training to organisations across the UK and Wales and teaches emotional literacy and mental health awareness in education and youth organisations. She is an associate Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England instructor and approved Youth Mental Health First Aid (Wales) Instructor.