Our Jami Education team provide a programme of workshops, seminars and other learning opportunities to schools, synagogues and organisations, to increase peoples’ mental health literacy.
Due to the imposed temporary closure of Head Room Café, our courses and monthly programme of discussion groups and events are now online, enabling people to learn, check-in for support and connect with others.
Our transformative work in the wider community aims to build awareness and increase understanding of mental health, and to put an end to stigma and discrimination.
We have courses for the whole community.
We are accredited providers of Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid courses – the gold standard in equipping you with a ‘first aid response’ to help people in distress.
Monthly Get Together discussions; Youth Mental Health First Aid Course and Mindfulness and Milkshake groups, for people aged 14-18.
Learn new skills, empower your volunteering and consider your own mental health when giving to others.
Regular support groups to learn more about how to support the people you care for and meet like-minded people who understand what you’re going through.
Continuous Professional Development (CPD) seminars for people who work or volunteer in mental health. Suicide First Aid; Panic and Anxiety; or learn more about Jami and IROC (Individual Recovery Outcome Measure).
Discussion groups and events taking place at Head Room Café.
Invite the Head Room education team into your synagogue, school or organisation to provide interactive training or workshops.
Specifically developed training courses for teachers and educators working with young people.