Meeting guide 1: Identifying emotions

Mental health and emotional wellbeing is something that we don’t talk about enough as Christians. We think it’s particularly important to be open about these issues with our young people so these four sessions explore some of the key topics around this area. These obviously require sensitivity and lots of prayer but hopefully they will be a good starting point for ongoing discussions around this important subject.

These sessions are aimed at 11-to-18-year-olds but, depending on your group, you may be able to adapt elements to use with younger children. We will be launching a new curriculum for under-11s in the April issue of Premier Youth and Children’s Work.

Meeting aim: To understand why feelings are important and to identify the emotions of others and ourselves.Preparation: You will need: a whiteboard or...

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