Mental Health Support During Coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic and the continued levels of restrictions in place across the UK is an unprecedented situation that continues to affect all our lives. To try to reduce the impact on the mental health and wellbeing of our young people, we have identified a range of helpful online resources, which may provide some support.

                    
 

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ANNA FREUD

Mental health advice to support young people during the pandemic, including a downloadable self-care pack for secondary school students.

 

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CHILDLINE

Advice on dealing with worries related to COVID-19, ways of coping with lockdown and helpful tips on how to manage school and exam stress.

 

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EVERY MIND MATTERS

Advice for parents and guardians on looking after the mental health of children and young people during the coronavirus outbreak.

 
 

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FAMILY LIVES

A comprehensive guide for parents and carers to help support their teen's mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus outbreak.

 

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GOV.UK

Government guidance on supporting children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing during the coronavirus outbreak.

 

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HEALTH FOR TEENS

Articles with information and advice on a range of coronavirus-related topics aimed at helping young people aged between 11 and 19.

 
 

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MENTAL HEALTH FOUNDATION

News item giving parents tips on how to talk to their children about the COVID-19 pandemic plus ways to minimise the negative impact.

 

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MENTAL HEALTH UK

Advice for parents and carers to help support open conversations with young people about their worries during the coronavirus outbreak.

 

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MENTALLY HEALTHY SCHOOLS

A free toolkit with resources and tips to help schools, parents and carers to address anxiety arising from these challenging times.

 
 

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MIND

An information hub for young people who are worried about coronavirus and want to know how to cope with the changes to their lives.

 

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PLACE2BE

Blog post with advice for parents and carers on how to look after their family's mental health while staying at home during the pandemic.

 

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STEM 4

Downloadable booklet with helpful tips and advice on dealing with loss, family issues and worries surrounding COVID-19.

 
 

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THE MIX

Aimed at under 25s, The Mix is there to take on any issues young people may be facing as a result of coronavirus and lockdown.

 

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UNICEF

Article on how teenagers can protect their mental health during COVID-19, including six strategies to help them to deal with the 'new normal'.

 

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YOUNG MINDS

Tips, advice and guidance on where young people can get support for their mental health during the coronavirus pandemic.

 

Local mental health and wellbeing support during coronavirus is also available on the Shropshire Council website

For general mental health and wellbeing support, please visit our pastoral section

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