Green Hub Teen Talks, Spring 2022
We are delighted to announce our Spring programme for Teen – and Parent – Talks.
The aim of our life skills workshops is to Empower, Inspire and Engage.
Here is a summary – click through to each page to find out more and to book …
Talks for Teens
Does it really matter what I eat?
A talk for Teens on the impact of food on your mindset
Wednesday, 26th January, 7pm to 8.30pm – Godalming
Learning made easier, faster… and better!
Workshops in Godalming for teenagers wanting to explore powerful study and life skills
- Part 1 – Your body, mind and learning
Saturday, 26th February, 3pm to 5pm
- Part 2 – The best way for YOU to learn
Saturday, 12th March, 3pm to 5pm
Talks for Parents
Finding help for your troubled teenager
A talk for parents of teenagers struggling with anxiety-based mental health issues
Saturday 22nd January, 3pm to 4.30pm – Godalming
Healthy Mind + Healthy Body = Happy Teenager
Nutrition strategies for parents
Monday, 24th January, 7.30pm to 9pm – Godalming
Supporting your troubled teenager in a crisis
Communication strategies for parents
Monday, 7th February, 7.30pm to 9pm – Godalming
Size and structure:
The workshops are rarely bigger than 20 students at the time, and we allow time for conversation, reflection and feedback. We give the students space and air time as the most important feedback is what we hear from them. Each time we listen to what they need and then adapt the sessions accordingly. They get an opportunity to find their own goals to work on after each session.
Our sessions leaders are all professionals who work with young people on a daily basis. They are chosen for their ability to engage and inspire others as well as connecting with this age group. The Feedback we have had from the attendees over the past five years has been incredible and incredibly rewarding to see. We do statistics from each sessions to know what is working and what is the most effective way to communicate. All leaders work voluntarily and any profits go towards the community project so we can further the work we do to support young people.