Most of us, feel ill equipped in supporting our kids navigate their way through to adulthood.
See Me supports adults in the community by arming them with the tools to open conversations with young people about emotional health and practical skills to respond to their needs. See Me translates psychology into practical emotional first aid skills for parents, teachers and community leaders to achieve this. In doing so, communities are better equipped to help their children become resilient adults.
This is at the heart of what we do, and we want you to join us.
Our philosophy is based on five basic principles:
- As adults, we all want the tools to be able to help guide our children through to adulthood
- Mental health is not rocket science, and neither are the skills needed to help our children navigate through the emotional minefield of growing up
- Young people want to be seen and listened to
- They want to know who they can turn to and who will always have their back
- These skills should be as freely available as air.
What is SeeMe?
SEE ME, is a not for profit Emotional First Aid training programme, headed by Enda Murphy, one of Ireland’s best-known Psychotherapists, Author and a mental health professional for over 37 years. Our team ALL share a passion in seeking to provide practical solutions to the recurring nature of problems encountered by parents, children and adolescents today. Whilst we are all experts in our respective fields, we are not expert parents, no more than you are.
Every parent struggles’ with trying to help and guide their kids. We however have decided to do something about it and would love you to join us.