Youth in Mind Conference early bird sale

Anyone working with children and young people
Youth in Mind conference is back on Feb 12th 2020. Just £35 for this informative and inspiring day

Tickets Now on Sale!

We are delighted to announce that Youth in Mind 2020 tickets are now available for just £35. The conference will take place on Wednesday 12th February at The King's Centre in Oxford.

Last year saw over 500 people coming together with a shared goal of supporting and improving the mental health of all young people in Oxfordshire. We are very excited to be planning an event that will build on the success of last year's conference.
This year we have listened to our delegates and will be covering the topics that they felt are most necessary to address. We will also be providing more resources and toolkits for use in your school. This conference will support delegates to respond to the mental health crisis in an informed, practical and inclusive way.
Delegates will gain access to national and local experts, 80 exhibition stands, workshops, performances, youth-led training and much more.

Our exhibition hall will bring together a vast workforce from the education and youth sector to enable opportunities for networking and peer learning so that professionals can share ideas and raise awareness of what they can offer young people to promote wellbeing and support their mental health needs.

Speakers will include:
Paul Farmer – Chief Executive of national Mind
Maddie Dinwoodie – Deputy Chief executive of UK Youth
Andrea King - NHS Local Authority Advisor for Wessex and Thames Valley Regions

Workshop topics

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) with OXPIP
Anxiety with One-Eighty
Depression with The Priory Group
Physical Health and Wellbeing with Active Oxfordshire and Oxfordshire Mind
Protective Behaviours with Donnington Doorstep, Step-out, a peer education project
Resilience – Managing Difficult Emotions with by Family Links
Restorative Practice with TBC
Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) and Mental Health with TBC
Gaming and Online Resilience with TBC
Understanding CYP Mental Health with Oxfordshire Youth
Whole School Approach with TBC
Young Resilient Minds- A Primary School Case Study with Matt Gregor, Bladon Primary

Exhibition Stall
If you are interested in having an exhibition stall in our main hall, please see the attached stall holder information.