Mental health training
A ROCHDALE-BASED social enterprise has delivered free mental health training to over 2,000 secondary school pupils across the north west.
Nurture-Psychology carried out the training over a two-week period in support of Mental Health Awareness Week, working with schools in Heywood, Middleton, Rochdale and Bury to raise awareness of the importance of mental health therapy and getting support early.
The roadshow, delivered by clinical psychologists Dr Louise Mansell and Dr Kirsty Hughes, focused on what mental health is and how the brain works.
Nurture-Psychology is a new not-for-profit social enterprise which aims to improve the mental health of children and families and is holding an open day on Thursday, May 25, between 4.30pm and 6.30pm at its headquarters at No.2 Esplanade in Rochdale town centre.
For more information visit nurture-psychology. co.uk, search for NurturePsychology on Facebook, or follow @NurturePsych on Twitter.
Dr Kirsty Hughes (left) and Dr Louise Mansell