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Northorpe Hall mental health and wellbeing workshops

Northorpe Hall Child & Family Trust is an independent charity, working closely with NHS and Kirklees Council health and care services. Their staff and volunteers provide essential services supporting the health and wellbeing of Kirklees children, young people and families.

Northorpe Hall Child & Family Trust continues to support young people and work together with families, schools and other organisations.  They are still available 8am-8pm Mon to Fri and 10am-1pm on Saturdays.  Northorpe Hall are mostly using video calls and phone calls instead of one-to-one and group sessions, but if they can meet safely and it's really needed, they can meet you in person, if you need their support, they're here for you. 

More information about Northorpe Hall can be found on the Northorpe Hall Child & Family Trust website (opens in new window)

Workshops

Northorpe Hall are running a series of workshops to help you understand and look after your child's emotional health.

Some of the sessions are online and some are in person.

You'll need a computer/laptop and a quiet space for each session.  They are  using Zoom to provide these workshops and we'll require an email address as part of booking a place.

You can book them here Workshops for Parents/Carers | Northorpe Hall Child and Family Trust (opens in new window)

You can see all of the courses in one place on the Northorpe Hall workshop booking system which can be found here or by clicking the name of the workshop below (opens in new window).

The booking system will let you know when all of the workshops are running and allow you to book onto a specific date and time.

The workshops cover the following:

They also have a series of workshops for young people (some require an adult to accompany the child)

 

Last updated: 19/07/2021