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The Impact of Puberty on Mental Health

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Perfectionism: A Parents' Guide

Does your child struggle to cope with failure, or get really upset when things don’t go their way? Do they cope at school but have outbursts at home which are difficult to get to..

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Self-Harm: A Parents' Guide

DISCLAIMER: THIS ARTICLE DOES NOT REPRESENT FORMAL MEDICAL ADVICE. IF YOU ARE WORRIED ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S SELF-HARM, CONTACT YOUR GP, NHS 111 OR, IN AN EMERGENCY, ATTEND YOUR LOCAL..

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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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Understanding School Refusal: Supporting Students with School Phobia

  Before we begin, it’s important to clarify that the term’ school refusal’ is not a helpful one. Usually, it is not a child’s conscious decision to ‘refuse’ to attend, but more..

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How do I talk to my child about autism?

It can be daunting trying to find the right words to talk to your child about autism. Fortunately, the last 10 years has seen a seismic shift in what we know about it and the..

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Does My Child Have Anger Issues?

We all get angry at times, right? So how do we know how to spot signs that a child has anger issues or whether it could be something else? Here at Mable, our team of child..

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Understanding Gender Identity

Children and young people have a lot to think about as they develop, and forming a positive sense of gender identity is an important part of this.

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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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Is my child’s counselling working?

If your child has recently started counselling, it can be an anxious time. Perhaps it felt like they were at a mental health ‘crisis point’ when you booked the first session and..

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