Mental Wellbeing & Support
Mental Health Support
Here you will find links to advice and guidance from professional organisations that support Mental Health in young people and adults.
- Exams Stress
- Bullying Issues
- Anna Freud Centre
- Action for Happiness
- Mental Health and Behaviour in Schools
- Early Intervention Foundation
- Department of Health
- Rethink Mental Illness
- The Royal College of Psychiatrists
- Time to Change
- The Association for Young People’s Health (AYPH)
- Mental Health Foundation
- Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP)
- NHS Choices
- Charlie Waller Memorial Trust
- Stamp Out Suicide
- Students Against Depression
- Parent’s Helpline – YoungMinds
- ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)
- CALM (Campaign Against Living Miserably)
- Young Health Talk/Health Talk
- Cruse Bereavement Care
- PAPYRUS (Parents Association for the Prevention of Young Suicide)
- Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide
- Action For Happiness
- Supporting a Child or Young Person
- Are you worried about a young child?
- A young person’s guide to managing difficult feelings
- Managing difficult feelings
- Prevention of young suicide
- HOW TO MAKE A ‘HOPE/CRISIS BOX’
- Communicating with young people
- Grassroots Suicide Prevention
- Stay Alive App
- Anna Freud – National Centre for children and families
- Youth Wellbeing Directory
- Supporting health and wellbeing in schools booklets
- We all have mental health animation
- Young Minds
- Action For Happiness
- Action For Happiness App
Depression and Anxiety
Mental wellbeing describes your mental state – how you are feeling and how well you can cope with day-to-day life. Our Mental Wellbeing is dynamic as it can change from moment to moment, day to day, month to month or year to year.
We all have times when we have low Mental Wellbeing, where we feel stressed, upset or find it difficult to cope.
There are some common life events that may affect your Mental Wellbeing:
Loss or bereavement.
Issues at school.
Worries about money.
Everyone deserves to feel good and there are steps you can take to maintain and improve your Mental Wellbeing:
Build positive relationships.
Take time for yourself.
Look after your mental health.
Look after your physical health.
What can you do in school to gain Mental Wellbeing?
Be open and talk about your feelings with your friends.
Associate yourself with positive people.
Join an enrichment club.
Speak to a member of staff.
Talk to your Personal Learning Advocate (PLA).
Tell the Inclusion Team.
Get physically active (a Health body and mind are closely linked).
If you are struggling with your mental health, feeling down or low, could you please see a member of the Inclusion team.