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Lea Manor High School

Mental Health Hub

Lea Manor is highly dedicated to looking after and supporting the Mental Health of not only our students but the wider community as a whole.

On this page, you will find a number of support and outreach programmes, as well as advice and sessions to help with Mental Health.

Luton Community Health Services

Looking for advice or help with your child's health needs, from our amazing school nursing and health visiting teams? Call our dedicated Health HUB on 0300 555 0606 or email: ccs.childrenscommunityhealthhub@nhs.net

Total Wellbeing

Wellbeing Online Workshops

All of our workshops are FREE and open to anyone aged 16 years or older who is registered with a GP surgery in the Luton area.

Register to our online workshops

The Talking Therapies team are running a series of webinars to support you with a range of well-being and emotional health issues including;

  • Managing Anxiety and Worry
  • Wellbeing Whilst Working
  • Mindfulness
  • Sleep

In addition to these, we have a number of other topics such as Body Image, Low Mood, Assertiveness, Loneliness & Isolation, and many more.

About the sessions

You can watch all of the workshops on a computer, laptop, or mobile phone.

The workshops will take the form of presentations with slides. 

You only need to watch and listen and no one will be able to see you.

Click on the button below to check current topics, dates and book yourself for any of our workshops. 

Book here

Total Wellbeing Luton asked the Luton community, as part of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek "What is a non-negotiable for your mental health?"

Here is the encouraging and positive advice we received

Self-refer by visiting our website or call 03005554152 http://totalwellbeingluton.org


See below a list of CHUMS workshops you can attend to help with support on various aspects of your and your child's mental health. Please note that spaces for workshops are limited and allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. If you wish to attend any workshop, you need to complete the registration form and return it to fwteam@chums.uk.com  at least a week before the workshop you wish to attend:

Teenage Sleep Workshop (Children aged 13+) - The workshop will cover the following topics; why sleep is important, what is ‘good’ sleep, sleep hygiene tips, and strategies for managing worries at night.

·  Tuesday 20 June; 4:00-6:00pm

Teenage self-esteem (Parents and young people 13+) - One off workshop which equips teenagers with an understanding of self-esteem and tools to build confidence through thought challenging, relaxation, and activities to celebrate strengths and successes. Workshop also offers parental tips for building self-esteem in adolescence.

·  Monday 12 June; 4:00-6:00pm

Secondary Resiliency Workshop (Children aged 13+) – The workshop will cover the following topics; mental health vs mental health problems, emotional regulation, psychoeducation around anxiety and low mood, and strategies for relaxation.

·  Monday 27 June; 4:00-6:00pm

Transition Workshops – One-off psychoeducation workshops that provides anxiety /behavioral strategies based on guided self-help to help children with transitions to new schools/reintegration back to school. Parents and young people can attend:

·  Primary-Secondary/Middle-Upper transitions (Parent and young person) – Friday 18 August 9:30-11:30am


If you're feeling anxious, you are not alone. Here are some resources to help support you:

Men's Mental Health support: https://thisisheads-up.uk/

There are small things we can all do to help be kind to your mind. Get expert advice and practical tips to help you look after your mental wellbeing and make them part of your daily routine from the NHS here; https://nhs.uk/every-mind-matters/…

Mental Health Foundation

SSS Learning

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