Children and young people
Frances' story: How support can save lives
Frances explains how our Make it Count campaign could prevent tragedies like that of her son Conor, who took his own life earlier this year.
Stephanie's story: Are school years really the best of your life?
Dundee student Stephanie Carney, shares some of her thoughts around why it’s so important that mental health is given more prominence in schools.
Iain's story: how school affected my mental health
Iain looks back on his mental health journey and now feels that it started earlier than he previously thought.
Mental health in schools: a teacher's perspective
Rebecca Harris, Assistant Head at Heathfield Infant School, explains her school's approach to improving the mental health of their pupils.
Screen time and children's mental health: what does the evidence say?9 July 2018, Victoria Zamperoni
The debate about the time children spend in front of screens has been fierce lately. But what does the evidence say? Victoria Zamperoni looks at both sides of the argument.
Becoming a parent is hard work7 March 2018, Katrina Jenkins
Becoming a parent is hard work. So is becoming an adult. Doing both at the same time? That’s double the challenge and it’s the challenge that young parents face.
4 in 10 British parents indicate children are anxious about threat of terrorism23 January 2018,
Our new survey shows that many parents believe their children are anxious about scary world events.
Time to take action on the scandalous state of our children’s mental health19 December 2017,
The scale of the problem around children's mental health is seriously concerning, and change is taking too long, says Stuart Hill.
Video interaction guidance: using video feedback to support new parents under stress24 October 2017,
Freya Corfield looks at using video feedback as a strength based, empowering way to support parents - many of whom may not access support such as parenting groups.