‘What’s it like to be me’: The premiere

Young people shared ‘their mental health story’ last night to a private screening cinema audience made up of close family, friends and funders. The premiere of the short film explored issues such as: Stress Anxiety Fear Panic Loneliness Poor body image Anger and aggression Risky behaviour Unsuitable relationships The Adolescent Brain And offered a raw Read more about ‘What’s it like to be me’: The premiere[…]

Emotional trauma training for Teachers 

Emotional trauma and attachment theory training is being delivered to teaching staff and cohorts of frontline professionals across Essex. Kids Inspire, in their capacity as emotional trauma resolution practitioners, secured funding from the Big Lottery’s Reaching Communities fund to write and deliver an introductory course into key theory relating to trauma and attachment. The aim Read more about Emotional trauma training for Teachers […]

Spotlight: Barker Associates

As we entered the new year, we welcomed on-board a new Corporate Supporter –Barker Associates – who have pledged to support us in several ways through fundraising, volunteering and other activities over the course of the year. Barker Associates is a multi-disciplinary property consultancy with a reputation for excellence. They provide a comprehensive consultancy service Read more about Spotlight: Barker Associates[…]