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Emotional Wellbeing & Mental Health - Useful Links



This is a fantastic website that has details of books, web links, apps, videos and contains resources around emotional / mental health.




Young Minds – Children and Young people’s mental health charity. Filled with information and has a parent’s helpline.



The Mix is a young people’s website filled with information and resources on emotional and physical health.



Mood self assessment and online audio guides.


Every Mind Matters - this is updated advice for parents and carers on support for young people and their mental health


The Lily Jo Project - singer/songwriter Lily Jo from Manchester is also a trained Counsellor providing online mental health resources.




1. Printable worksheets for teens on managing anger


2. Great resource for teens on managing anger





Anxiety in Teens



Young Minds information on anxiety



Many self-help and other resources looking at anxiety, phobias and panic attacks.




A Kent based bereavement charity offering support for children, young people and families affected by bereavement.



Child bereavement UK



Hope Again - Website for bereaved teens




1. This is a specific resource for children and young people on the Autistic Spectrum


2. Advice for parents and carers on supporting children concerned about COVID


3. Helpful strategies for teens


Parents (Factsheets)


1. Worries & Anxiety


2. Understanding Childhood (all age ranges)


3. Parents’ guide to supporting anxiety


4. My teen brain - Information for parents on teens and how their brains develop and the impact this can have on behaviour.





Resilience worksheets



Pack on building resilience



Resilience toolkit for young people. 



Use this link if you are concerned about your child being involved in Gang culture -

Use this link to report any Online concerns


Use this link to help with concerns about Consent


Use this link if you have concerns about your child bring involved with Drug & Alcohol Abuse


Use this link for further information about online safety from the NSPCC


Use this link to report incidents about hate crime    


Use this link to report any concerns you have about terrorist or extremist behaviour   


Use this link for free, safe and anonymous online counselling for young people

Telephone helplines / Online Support:

Samaritans – Free Call 24 hours a day 116 123


Shout Crisis Text Line - Text Shout to 85258


Childline - Call 0800 1111


Kooth - Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people – available til 10pm

Info for Parents

Useful tips on using the internet & social media

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