This site was created for young people, carers, and professionals to pool together lots of helpful resources from across the internet that are available to help support your mental health and well-being. Contains Apps, websites, videos and specific advice about Coronavirus.
This is for you if you volunteer, work or are studying to work with infants, children or teenagers. MindEd has e-learning applicable across the health, social care, education, criminal justice and community settings. It is aimed at anyone from beginner through to specialist.
MindEd is suitable for all adults working with, or caring for, infants, children or teenagers; all the information provided is quality assured by experts, useful, and easy to understand. We aim to give adults who care for, or work with, young people:
- the knowledge to support their wellbeing
- the understanding to identify a child at risk of a mental health condition
- the confidence to act on their concern and, if needed, signpost to services that can help
MindEd is cross-professional, and can be used by teachers, health professionals, police and judiciary staff, social workers, youth service volunteers, school counsellors among others to support their professional development.
There are also specific resources to support CAMHS and CYP IAPT learners and those on counselling courses. All registered learners can access a learning path tailored to their needs
A free website with great stories and conversations for 8-11 year olds that will help parents and carers to look after children’s emotional health and wellbeing.
NSPCC have collected the best advice from professionals, as well as some top tips from parents, to help parents identify the stress and anger points in their life that may get in the way of good parenting, and encourage them to find ways of coping with these.
Aims to assist practitioners to promote children’s resilience and raise community awareness. Beyond Blue developed this guide as part of the Children’s Resilience Research Project. It aims to create a shared understanding of children’s resilience, and highlight the best ways to build resilience through everyday strategies and structured interventions
This is a time of uncertainty and a lot of children and young people will be feeling anxious and worried about what is going on. This is a normal response to the situation and this resource offers advice about what adults can do to help and support children and young people.
There is a lot of information becoming available – this is great, but it may also be confusing, so this resource has pulled together some advice and some favourite links in to one place. Given that the situation is changing rapidly updates will be made available at: