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The first in a series of six online weekly workshops to support people working in the modern world of music facilitation, delivered in partnership with Arc.
Led by Scott Lauchlan-Ford (42nd Street), this workshop will cover:
- Some of the pressures faced by young people today, and the effects of lockdown and continued restrictions
- Common mental health problems experienced by young people
- A guide to working remotely with young people, including the importance of self care for staff
- Tips on how to facilitate online groups with young people
Who this is for
Open to people at all levels of experience, these workshops are aimed at facilitators currently working, or looking to work, within informal, creative and inclusive music practice. They’ll be especially useful for anyone interested in supporting young people’s mental health and wellbeing through music. Youth workers or mental health practitioners with an interest in music are also welcome to attend.
Pay what you can. Suggested cost is £5. We know this is a challenging time for freelancers and the wider music industry, so please only pay what you can, if anything. We’re more interested in you coming along to share the learning experience.
For details about the series of workshops click here.
If you have any questions, please contact Lucy Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the speakers
Scott Lauchlan-Ford is the online services manager at 42nd Street, overseeing the current online support offer to young people aged 13-25 across GM including audio, video and text-based support, both live and asynchronous and in the form of one-to-one support and group work, as well as overseeing the development of our new platform with digital partners.
42nd Street is an innovative Greater Manchester young people’s mental health charity with 40 years’ experience of providing free and confidential services to young people who are experiencing difficulties with their mental health and emotional wellbeing. Their mission is to support young people aged 11-25 years with their emotional wellbeing and mental health, promoting choice and creativity. Find out more at: https://www.42ndstreet.org.uk/