This online children’s mental health training course is developed from work in schools, enhances professionals’ understanding of children’s mental health and introduces approaches that foster positive wellbeing in schools and communities.
The course free to qualified teachers and school-based staff in the UK.
Lucy is like many other children in the world right now: in quarantine with her family.
Her hair is blue, but this time she knows why.
This FREE eBook is designed to help children realise they’re not alone in the current conditions with Covid-19, to help them understand it’s temporary and to help them express how they’re feeling.
It’s “okay, sometimes, to have a blue day.”
This site was created for young people, carers and professionals to pool together lots of helpful resources to support mental health & wellbeing.
Our fantastic Ed Psych team have added a new section to the HealthiER Minds site: Talking about Covid-19.
Here you can find information for:
HealthiER Minds, East Renfrewshire’s guide to promote the mental wellbeing of our children and young people.
Our aim is to help staff and parents find the information you need to develop children and young people’s talents and abilities in a way that will support them to meet life’s common challenges, develop their resilience, and have healthier minds as a result.
Free online course comprising of 6 sections where you will be given an overview of self harm and how you can support those who do self harm.
This course is for people with no previous training in this area.
Mental health is not easy to talk about, least of all for young men, so often brought up to regard emotional vulnerability as weakness.
In a special edition of BBC HARDtalk, Stephen Sackur speaks to Stephen Manderson – better known as British rapper Professor Green. In the interview he has been very honest about his own struggles with mental health and is determined to break the taboos around the subject.
Can we all learn from Professor Green?
More and more schoolchildren are struggling to cope with their mental health. Amidst rising rates of depression, anxiety and self-harm in children and young people, we are launching our new Make it Count campaign, because mental health is not extracurricular.
Good mental health is fundamental to be able to thrive in life. If we’re not tackling mental health problems early, then we risk failing the next generation right at the start of their lives.