East Renfrewshire Educational Psychology Service has a website with further information for parents, children and young people about their role in supporting wellbeing and developing resilience. Access to the parent and professional framework for supporting mental wellbeing of children and young people in East Renfrewshire can be found here.
Heids Together is a free wellbeing and youth work resource from YouthLink Scotland, with contributions from six incredible youth work organisations from across Scotland.
“We hope this resource will increase the capacity of the sector to engage in mental health support, increase confidence of youth workers, provide create and innovative ways of engaging in mental health discussions with young people which have been created by young people. We also hope it will encourage social connection, reduce isolation for young people and provide the opportunity for skills development.”
Healthy Minds is an awareness raising resource to promote basic awareness and understanding of mental health and topics that are associated with and can impact on mental health and wellbeing.
Aye Mind is a digital resource including training, apps and resources on mental health; Basic MH (Adult), Basic MH (CYP), Body Image, Emotional Literacy, Loneliness & Isolation, Long Term Conditions, Loss and Grief, Maternal Mental Health, Adult MH framework, CYPMH framework, One Good Adult, Resilience, Sleep.
The resource is aimed at anyone who has an interest in raising awareness of Mental Health and Wellbeing.
Winston’s Wish is a charity supporting children and young people who have been affected by bereavement and loss. They offer face-to-face support, and a free online, text and phone call service.
Help for Parents is a website for parents and carers supporting a young person with mental health problems.
Tech Control provides lesson plans and classroom resources to help promote the healthy and positive use of technology.
SAMH is a free e-resource for teachers to lead positive conversations about mental health and the skills to respond to a pupil who is experiencing a mental health problem.
LGBT inclusive mental health services: a guide for service providers.