back to Events
4 Apr
04 Apr 2019 - 04 Apr 2019


April 04, 2019


Why should you attend?

Good relationships are incredibly important at any age as they can influence physical health, promote self-esteem and a sense of belonging, and assist in the development of problem solving and social skills. For young people, difficult and dysfunctional relationships can impact on school, university and can lead to anxiety and unhappiness. It is therefore helpful for us to support them in exploring how best to relate to others and recognise the signs of when a relationship is having a negative impact and understand what to do about it.

Young people have to learn to navigate all sorts of challenges they may not feel equipped to deal with, such as the implications of sexting and the influence of pornography on sexual behaviour. These aspects can play a part in how they see themselves and what they may do to try and fit in. We need to equip them with the resilience and self respect to negotiate these difficulties as an integral part of their independence.

Finally we need to have a continuing, age appropriate, dialogue with young people about sexual health and the adverse consequences of unsafe sexual behaviour.

This workshop gives the opportunity to explore these challenges and consider how best to support young people, including providing information on sexual health.



10 – 10:30       Tea/Coffee on arrival

10:30               Welcome and Introduction

10:35               Session 1 - Relationships

11:30               Tea/Coffee

11:45               Session 2 – Sexting, pornography, dysfunctional relationships

12:45               Lunch

13:30               Session 3 – Sexual Health and risky behaviour

14:30               Tea/Coffee

14:45               Session 4 – Case studies/scenarios and Q&A

15:30               Close



Seminar presenter: Roz Bicen

Roz has a post-graduate diploma in Psychodynamic and Humanistic Therapy and has been working in the mental health and community support field for more than fourteen years. Initially she specialised in bereavement and went on to work as a therapeutic manager for the charity Maytree, a residential sanctuary in North London for people in suicidal crisis.

She has worked as a mediator facilitating both young people and their parents, and leads nationwide school talks on sexual health, relationships, and loss and grief with a Harley Street Practice. At present she works behind the scenes as a therapist on ITV’s This Morning programme.


Cost: Member = £210 / Non-member = £260

Venue: Hotel London Kensington (managed by Melia), 61 Gloucester Road, London, SW7 4PE


Hotel London Kensington (Melia), Hotel London Kensington (managed by Melia), 61 Gloucester Road, London, SW7 4PE, United Kingdom