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Student Mental Health & Wellbeing

Please click on the images and videos below to access a free, online support for parents/carers and young people

MYH wellbeing guide

Miriam Chachamu |

Parents/carers may want to look at the YouTube channel 'Enjoy Your Children' by family therapist Miriam Chachamu: there is advice on a range of topics from anxiety to screen time.

Please click here to access the video channel.

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Childline offers a range of support including calming activities and exercises.

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Kooth is a web based confidential support service available to young people providing a safe and secure means of accessing mental health and wellbeing support designed specifically for young people, aged 11-25.

Kooth offers friendly councillors who can help you talk through your problems and help you with anything that's on your mind. This could be about bullying, relationships, work life difficulties, money worries, problems at home, coping with stress, anxiety or bereavement.

Enfield Youth Hub is a local initiative for 16 to 24 year olds who are not in education or training, or are currently unemployed.

Enfield Youth Hub support young people to develop their chosen career pathway including:

  • signposting to further learning programmes at local further education colleges and training providers
  • fully qualified impartial careers information, advice and guidance
  • work placement opportunities with local employers
  • support and advice on setting up your business

Young Minds - Southwark Wellbeing Hub

Enfield and Barnet Local Mind Associations have merged bringing together expert teams to provide services supporting wellbeing, advocacy, therapy, training and advice. Services work during the day and evening.

Mind Enfield and Barnet work with people who use all mental health services. Please click here for more information.

NSPCC helpline always available - Norfolk Safeguarding Children Partnership

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