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Summary of Week 3

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This week, we have explored:

  • The difficulties COPMI experience in reaching out to seek help and the reasons associated with this

  • The various ways we can identify children and young people living with a parent with mental illness

  • A case study examining the barriers to seeking support outside of the family

  • The role that stigma plays in preventing children and young people reaching out for support

  • The fears and barriers we may all have when working with children and young people living with a parent with mental illness

Don’t forget.

Next week we will be hosting a special live Q&A webinar on identifying and understanding the needs of children and young people living with a parent with mental illness. This will be held on Thursday 21st October at 1pm (GMT).

Please post any questions you have on the topic of parental mental illness below (only one per learner please) or email to nadya.bettioui@ourtime.org.uk and our team of Educators will be happy to answer as many as possible.

The webinar will be hosted on the Zoom platform and can be accessed via the following link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81306983214?pwd=MU5lZE5FM0R4VDRUVnduSmcrZysvQT09

We look forward to hearing from you and we hope you are enjoying the course!

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