In Focus

Taking place in the main hall, these are delivered in lecture format, enabling us to deepen our knowledge of emerging and important issues identified in recent NHS youth mental health data on:



Eating disorders

Break Out

Practical sessions with more space to explore:

Understanding neurodiversity
Racism, cultural stigma and mental health
Top tips for navigating mental health services
Workplace toolkit to manage your mind and develop mental fitness
Wellbeing and creativity
Asking about suicide – why asking matters
Moving on from Covid: Supporting families to manage difficult feelings
Top tips for transitions
Supporting LGBTQI+ young people
Wellbeing and forest school
The importance of early years for lifelong health
Trauma informed classrooms


Youth in Mind is a fantastic opportunity to meet new people working in your field, deepen existing connections and discover new ways of working together. In 2022 we have built in facilitated networking opportunities to support you and your organisation to be better connected to your peers:
Unconference networking
Better Together networking
Speed Meets networking

Please contact Laura Sewell at if you require a parking space for access or if you have any other enquiries.

Please also be aware that there is NO TICKET HOLDER PARKING at the venue. We are a short walk from Oxford train station or you can use the Park and Ride service.

Stallholders have access to one parking space.

We are very grateful to all of our supporters who enable us to offer conference tickets at a subsidised rate.

With thanks to our funder, the Masonic Charitable Foundation

Please read conference terms and conditions prior to booking.

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