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An online survey conducted through the Dads and Football project found that 70% of Dads want more information on what to expect when becoming a Dad.
In response to the need expressed by Dads involved in the project, the Mental Health Foundation teamed up with the Fatherhood Institute to create ‘Becoming Dad’, a useful guide containing up-to-date research and information alongside lots of practical tips and advice.
Anti-Bullying Week is taking place from 15th to 19th November 2021, and the theme for this year is 'one kind word'.
This session will explore working well with the wellbeing sector and dealing with the practicalities of engaging with the language and systems of the health service. It will offer jargon busting advice about negotiating the world of Social Prescribing.
This course looks at the basics of how our memory works and what can affect it.
This course seeks to explore how we relate to others and how we care for ourselves as key for our health and wellbeing. We will look at developing our skills in looking after ourselves and how we can connect well to others.
This is a free online event, aimed at social workers, pause practitioners, psychologists, psychotherapist and other practitioners working with women affected by recurrent child removals.