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The Impact of Puberty on Mental Health

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The Impact of Puberty on Mental Health

For many young people, the transition from childhood to adulthood can be a confusing and overwhelming time. It’s a time of physical, emotional, psychological and social change..

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Anxiety and Hyperactivity: A Teacher's Guide

Mental health, how we think, feel and regulate our emotions, is something that we all have. Just like our physical health, mental health is something that can deteriorate at..

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Moving to a New School: Supporting Your Child's Mental Health

The experience of starting a new school can spark a whole host of feelings for children. For some the prospect of change leads to excitement and curiosity, for others it can mean..

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What are the Signs My Child Needs Counselling?

Mental health, how we think, feel and regulate our emotions, is something that we all have. Just like our physical health, mental health is something that can deteriorate at..

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Helping your Child to Build their Confidence

Confidence can be an important part of a child’s ability to handle challenges, peer pressure, responsibility and their emotions. It's intrinsically linked to self esteem and..

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Helping Your Child to be Body Positive

For many children and young people, how they see themselves, and other people’s perception of them is incredibly important. Their view of self and body image, in particular, can..

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Protecting your child’s mental health when they’re using social media

Social media is an inescapable part of the lives of our young people today. A recent report found that 94.8% of 15-year-olds in the UK used social media before or after school..

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Supporting your child with the death of a pet

Pets play an incredibly important part in our lives and especially in the lives of children and young people. For many, their pet is their best friend and an integral part of the..

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Does My Child Have Seasonal Affective Disorder?

The change of seasons can evoke strong emotions in us as humans. As leaves start to fall, some of us relish the change in temperature, the added layers and cosier nights, while..

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Three ways to start a conversation with your child about mental health 

The 10th October marks World Mental Health Day and as a society, we’re talking about children’s mental health, now more than ever before. Yet, the reality is that it can still..

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