Category: Young people’s mental health

How Bloom helped us to take notice of our resilience

12th May 2021

Our young people’s programme, Bloom equips people aged 14 to 18 with the tools and knowledge to build their resilience, so they can better maintain their mental health through life’s transitions.

Preparing young people for the return to school

4th March 2021

Returning to school after a long period away can cause a great deal of apprehension. As the UK gradually opens up schools, children and young people’s wellbeing will likely be impacted by all the change over the past year.

Top England Youth boxers given key mental health education

2nd October 2020

Boxers bidding to compete for England at World Youth Championships level are being given the ‘toolkit’ to address any mental health problems they may encounter in their quest for medal success.

Photography & smartphones to help UK’s youth fight back against lockdown stress

16th September 2020

The Photography Movement Launch Show and Tell, an interactive mental health campaign for young people sponsored by Cisco.
Show and Tell is brought to you in partnership with Mental Health UK, EyeEm and Constance, supported by Getty Images and featuring world-famous photographer Rankin.

Rugby League World Cup 2021 partners with Mental Health UK to help support young players

10th September 2020

Rugby League World Cup 2021 underlines its commitment to its communities by establishing unique partnerships with Rugby League Cares and Mental Health UK to deliver impactful campaigns to improve mental fitness and help encourage conversations around mental health.

Making peace with disappointing exam results

13th August 2020

Every generation receiving exam results before you includes young people who’ve experienced disappointment, worry and stress related to unexpected grades. It’s not unusual to feel lost and confused about what to do next.

Supporting yourself and those around you

19th May 2020

Whilst there is understandably a lot of focus on physical health at the moment due to COVID-19, you also have a lot to offer in terms of supporting the mental health of your parents, siblings and friends.

Getting to know each other better during quarantine

13th May 2020

This might be the most time that you’ve spent with the people inside your home for a while. We know that living in this new way can sometimes feel pressured and it’s easy to get angry with each other and disagree. This time can also be an opportunity to work on our relationships with those we live with.

Dealing with uncertainty

7th May 2020

Disappointment is natural, but do you feel completely overwhelmed or ‘out of control’ when plans change unexpectedly? Being clear on what is inside and outside our control can help uncover resilience allowing us to adapt, rebuild, recover and recognise that we can also change and develop over time.

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