Our vision is to support you through your educational experience, by supporting and promoting your mental health and wellbeing.
Creative Well-being 4u Ltd. is a newly registered organisation who offer health and well-being support to young people and students in creative and engaging ways, both focus upon addressing issues of anxiety, self-confidence, and self-esteem. We are a member of social enterprise UK and supporter of Student Minds Mental Health Charter.
We offer 1-1 support for up to 12 weeks, and accept referrals by email.
If you would like to request support, please contact us: (phone) 07726 114423 or (email) email@example.com
NNEB – early years and childcare – The College of Food and Tourism.
Bachelor of Philosophy degree in Youth, Community & Play Studies – The University of Birmingham
Social Work Practice Educator – Birmingham City University
MA Education (Specialist in Safeguarding) – Newman University
Mental Health First Aid Trained (MHFA)
My experience includes working in a variety of settings from early years in nurseries and schools, to youth clubs and drop-in centres. In addition to this I have supported parents and carers within childcare provisions, and accommodation settings. Within my field I have provided support to young people who have been reported missing, providing advice and information on their rights, along with signposting individuals to support and services. I have managed a caseload supporting referrals for parenting, education, Individual Education Plans (IEPs) meetings, and core group meetings, including family support and Not in Education Employment or Training (NEET) intervention. I have managed children’s rights project within a children’s charity, implementing participation practice and project management. I have undertaken research projects and consultation activities to inform Bids and Tenders for new work
The University of Birmingham West-Hill (2001), Bereavement Support for Young People, exploring the role of youth workers supporting young people with bereavement.
The Children’s Society Mispers (2004), a good practice guide, young people who go missing from local Authority care, a guide for practitioners
Newman University (2017) should counselling sessions for young people aged 11-14 years be offered under the National Curriculum.
Newman University (2018) Review MA Education Faculty Panel Stage Meeting.
Masters Dissertation Project – (September 2018 – January 2020) – The Role of Anxiety in second year students in Higher Education.