Free public lecture on how Sports Psychology techniques are helping homeless young people

Join Dr Jennifer Cumming at the University of Birmingham to find out how sports psychology techniques are being used to improve outcomes for young people who are homeless or at risk.

Join Dr Jennifer Cumming to find out how sports psychology techniques are being used to improve outcomes for young people experiencing homelessness or at risk.

Working with key staff at St Basils, The University of Birmingham has developed and implemented a mental skills training programme, My Strengths Training for Life™, which has improved well-being and increased employability outcomes for homeless young people.

Everyone is welcome to come along to this free public lecture delivered by Dr Jennifer Cumming and discover how the programme is enabling young people to realise their potential.

Title: Realising Potential
Date: Thursday 27th February 2020
Time: 5.30 – 7pm
Location: LG12- Old Gym, University of Birmingham

Find out more: www.birmingham.ac.uk/cumming_lecture

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