The workshop, organized by the University of Wolverhampton in collaboration with Brighton University, will consider how design thinking might be applied to co-create new inclusive approaches with and for young people experiencing mental illness (anxiety, depression, EDs, OCD etc.) inside (and outside) mainstream education. It argues that no one size fits all, and that the interdisciplinary, problem solving, hands on approach of design thinking can help young people build skills, agency and self-esteem by working creatively, collaboratively and critically with others.
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