Cumberland FA are delighted to confirm the latest online session for Club Welfare Officers to support individuals in the role.
Heather Hook from Kooth is running a session for Cumberland Club Welfare Officers who are keen to find out more information about how to support the mental wellbeing of players (specifcally aged 11-18).
Date: Wednesday 23rd March 2022
Where: Online (link to be shared following registration) - Register HERE
Kooth is a FREE, safe and anonymous online Mental Wellbeing Community for young people.
It is available through smart phone, tablet or computer and features activities, self help articles, discussion boards and a team of accredited counsellors and emotional wellbeing practitioners who provide guided and outcome-focused support for each individual.
Kooth is commissioned by the CCG (Clinical Commissioning Groups), in Cumbria and is available for young people aged 11-18, available to over 90% of young people in England and 60% of Wales.
- How each feature of the website works
- How young people benefit from the service
- How our online service and peer forums work
- How we safeguard at risk young people
Kooth will share real life examples from the young people we work with.
Register for the online session
If you have any queries regarding this or safeguarding children in Football, please contact Cumberland FA's Designated Safeguarding Officer Mel Sandwith on 01900 511800 or email Safeguarding@CumberlandFA.com