Compass Be provide guidance to parents/carers around improving their knowledge and understanding of how to support and improve their child’s mental wellbeing.
The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program is one of the most effective evidence-based parenting programs in the world, backed up by more than 35 years of ongoing research.
We provide a selection of workshops and resources specifically for parents/carers to ensure you get the right support. These include;
- Triple P programme
- Silvercloud – a free online support service
- The Climb – a support group for parent/carers to meet face to face
- Workshops – provides low level awareness around mental health difficulties that children are struggling with
Triple P Programme
Triple P gives parents practical strategies that are really simple to adapt to help them build strong, healthy relationships and allowing them to confidently manage their children’s behaviour and prevent problems developing.
The Triple P programmes that Compass Be offer are;
- Fear-less Triple P – Help them break free from anxiety
- 0-12 – provides information to helps parents carers manage their children’s emotions and behavioural challenges.
- Teen Triple P – provides understanding about the teenage brain and how to support their child through this process.
How fearless Triple-P programme can help parents
- Become the best possible role models for children learning to manage their anxiety.
- Support their children to become more emotionally resilient and better able to express and manage uncomfortable or difficult emotions.
- Develop a toolbox of strategies for helping children manage their anxiety more effectively.
- Review and refine how they respond to their child’s anxiety to build their child’s emotional resilience.
Ultimately, the programme supports parents in applying positive parenting and anxiety management skills with more confidence.
Parents are encouraged to use strategies with each child in the family, not just the one about whom they have the most concerns. As a result, the whole family are better able to manage anxiety provoking situations and experience less anxiety.
Useful resources for parents/carers
Scan here to sign up for Triple P support
1 in 4 young people struggle with mental health challenges, like feeling low or anxious. SilverCloud is an online programme that gives you the tools to help deal confidently with any anxiety issues that they may have.
We offer a Silvercloud programme for parents to provide guidance on offering the right support to your anxious child. The programme is completely free and can be accessed 24/7.
Our family practitioner will provide weekly check-in support to ensure engagement & understanding.
Click here to find out more.
The Climb is a monthly face to face group in Barnsley for parents/carers who are supporting a child or young person with any kind of emotional or mental health problem.
The group is all about parents/carers coming together to share their experiences, as well as gaining information and support.
The mental health conditions that we focus on are;
- Low mood
- Self harm
- Sleep problems
- Suicidal thoughts
- Emotional difficulties
The aim of this group is help you feel that you are not alone in this climb to get the help and support your child needs.
Click here to find out about dates, times and locations of the monthly meetings
We run self harm, low mood and anxiety workshops in schools and communities throughout the borough of Barnsley.
The workshops are tailored to parents/carers of children and young people who suffer from mental health conditions.
They will improve your knowledge and give you a basic understanding of self harm, anxiety and low mood and it’s affects as well as provide coping strategies that you can use to support your child.
Speak to your child’s school to see if we are running a workshop and they can book you a free space.
Job title: Family Practitioner
About me: Hi, my name is Rachel and my role within Compass Be is to support families with low level mental health needs within the Barnsley borough.
Throughout my career I have always worked in the community with families for 15 years. My previous role has been an advocate for young people with learning disabilities, family support in a school for children with social, emotional mental health (SEMH).
I really enjoy working with families to enable them to make positive changes to improve everyone’s mental wellbeing.