Discover the Solihull Approach Series


Check out this choice of 11 different online courses, free to you, designed to make life a little easier!

There is something for everyone. We all need a bit of head space and thinking time occasionally. Our NEWEST course is a 20 min short course ‘Understanding the impact of the pandemic on your teenager’. If you are a teenager check out ‘Understanding your feelings (for teenagers only!)’ which has a module about the impact of the pandemic.

Elephant Coming Out of the Dark – Mental Health Conference – 3 Dec 2022


🐘Elephant Coming out of the Dark🐘

 Youth Steering Group would like to invite you to their Mental Health

🗣 “Have Your Say Day” 🗣

📅Saturday 3rd December 2022📅

🕥10.30am to 2.30pm🕞

📍 Newry Conference and Banqueting Centre📍

This is an opportunity to hear from the Youth Steering Group of their ongoing work to Campaign and Lobbying to bring about change to Youth Mental Health Services.

To engage in interactive workshops from other organisations doing positive work to bring about change to the Mental Health and Well-Being of young people.  To listen to some of the Leading figures in the Mental Health sector, to hear from those around the rights of young people and pose your own questions also.

Transport is also available from Belfast Leaving NI Youth Forum 9.30am and returning from Newry 2.45pm please contact to book your spaces on the bus. 

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#BeSafeOnline ‘Cyber Safety’ Campaign

Being online can be exciting and fun – but some things online can leave you feeling upset, bullied, or even worried.

Just remember that good and bad news travels fast online and you can sometimes find yourself in tricky situations with lasting consequences.

Southern Health & Social Care Trust, South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust and Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council have all teamed up to support children and young people with the ‘Cyber Safety’ #BeSafeOnline campaign.

Staying safe online does start with you – and there are lots of people here to help you.

If you or someone you know needs support, call one of the numbers below and there will be someone to listen to you and provide you with help.

Southern Trust 028 3756 7100
South Eastern Trust 0300 100 0300

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