Below are links to youth and mental health resources that you may find useful for further support.
Other relevant courses
UEA has recently opened up their original anxiety course Youth Mental Health: Helping Young People with Anxiety. It is initially aimed at teachers and healthcare professionals but may provide some more in-depth insight. You can take the course for free.
To compliment this course you may also be interested in a course released by the University of Reading in this series.
COVID-19: Helping Young People Manage Low Mood and Depression is available now on FutureLearn.
Links to useful information
Tips and advice
- World Health Organisation - Parenting advice during Covid 19
- Young Minds - Useful tips and resources to help young people
- Free online counselling for young people
- Free helpline and resources for young people suffering from panic attacks and anxiety
- World Health Organisation - Doing what matters in times of stress
- Worried About Coronavirus? 10 Tips To Help Manage Anxiety
- Anna Freud - Mental health and the coronavirus Anna Freud - Self-care strategies
- Mind - Coronavirus and your wellbeing for young people
- Unicef - How teenagers can protect their mental health during coronavirus
- Young Minds - What to do if you’re anxious about coronavirus
- Mood journal and tracker
- Help a young person who self-harms
- Guided meditations, music and self -help exercises
- Free helpline for anyone worried about a young person or someone considering suicide
- Anxiety UK - National charity helping people with Anxiety
- Safeguarding Children & Young People in Norfolk
- Heads Together
- Bullying UK: Bullying advice
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