Resources for use with Children and Young People
We've recently published a new guide to promoting student mental health.
While mental health is slowly gaining mainstream societal recognition (if not acceptance), it can still be an exceedingly vague issue. We created this guidebook to help students and their families better understand the mental challenges that many students will face while in college and how to properly deal with them.
We crafted this guidebook with the help of two experts in the field, Dr. Friedemann Schaub and Blake LeVine. Schaub is the developer of the Personal Breakthrough and Empowerment program and the author of The Fear and Anxiety Solution. LeVine is a life coach who uses his personal experience with bipolar disorder to educate people about managing mental illness.
Jenny Fox Eades has developed
Her website has a number of resources and ideas for working with children.
She provides inset days and has resources available for purchase
You can contact Jenny through her website or by phone:
07974 944585 / 01625 614594
Chester Diocese Mental Health Forum & children and youth department has jointly put together this web resource on mental health and children/young people: click on the link below:
is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people. Click on the title to go to their website: YOUNG MINDS
'Where is Lonely' by Eva McIntyre.
A book for primary aged children on friendship, loneliness and being different.
This is a story about Chelsea who is lonely and Lonely who is grumpy, and how becoming friends changes everything.
A children's illustrated book about loneliness, exclusion and friendship.
Available from Amazon and all good booksellers.
Click on the book image to go to the Amazon page.
MindEd is a new and exciting resource for those who work with children and young people!
With information on how to spot signs of problems, resources and support, it is a valuable site for anyone who cares about the mental well being of children and young people!
Click here to go to the website.
University and College Student resource
We created this guide to show college students (and their friends and families) the various on-campus and online resources they can use should a mental health concern arise. This includes an in-depth look at the most common issues among college students, how to identify those issues, and, perhaps most importantly, when and how to get help. Key mental health and related concerns highlighted in the guidebook include:
- Anxiety & Stress
- Alcohol & Substance Abuse
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Anorexia & Bulimia
Four experts in student mental health and behavior contributed to the creation of this guide, including Dr. Craig Rodgers, a Bureau of Study Counselor at Harvard University. Dr. Rodgers holds multiple advanced degrees in clinical psychology and adolescent risk and prevention.
The Online resource is here
Resources on Self Harm are available on THIS SITE :