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How To Deal With Exam Stress

Created from materials made by the HFEH Mind Mental Health Support Team   Taking exams is an important part of school but this can be a stressful time. Feeling stressed about exams is not only normal, it’s actually healthy. Stress is not fun for anyone to experience but it is a crucial part of how […]

Author: Jack Terry
Posted on: 3rd March 2022

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Youth Services Co-Production Update

By Amy Woodward, Youth Services Co-Production Lead At HFEH Mind, we believe that the voices of the community, and those accessing our services, our key to improving the work that we do. Within Youth Services, our aim is that young people are involved in every aspect of our work. Service design is guided by our […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 21st February 2022

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LGBTQIA+ Novels About Mental Health

By Damaris Young, Mental health Advice Caseworker Representation matters, and it is important that stories reflect our experiences and identities. Here is a selection of stories to read this LGBTQIA+ History Month that encourage confidence, self-love and acceptance of ourselves and each other. LGBTQIA+ Novels that deal with Mental Health Boys Don’t Cry by Malorie […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 8th February 2022

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Tips for supporting young people’s mental health and wellbeing

By Ella Higgs (Education Mental Health Practitioner from the West London Mental Health Support Team at HFEH Mind) This blog post is aimed at anyone interacting with children and young people – in a professional capacity, or with your own loved ones. In fact, the tips discussed here can apply to any human relationship – […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 14th January 2022

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Anti-Bullying Week 2021: The Impact of Bullying

It may have happened years ago but the effects are still there, the tears are quick to return even at the mere fleeting of a thought of the enormity of the bullying. The lack of acceptance, the loneliness, the heartbreak, the tragic feeling of having no one to talk to. It’s as though I were […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 12th November 2021

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Eco-Anxiety and Young People’s Mental Health

Youth Mental Health Day took place on September 7th and aims to raise awareness around mental health and issues facing young people today. It also exists to remind people that despite these challenges, there is hope and we can all do our part to enable them to live healthy and happy lives. Research suggests that […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 15th September 2021

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How A-Level students reacted to the pandemic, and what this teaches us about how they deal with their mental health

I have been a secondary school teacher for fourteen years. In that time, I’ve dealt with everything from stressed students to the rise of social media impacting pupils at school and at home, but nothing could prepare me for when the clock struck midnight on the 23rd of March 2020. Suddenly, instead of helping students […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 27th August 2021

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The World I Want to See

One year on from the murder of George Floyd, 8 Black Boys write an open letter to their older selves detailing the world they want to see. Cephas Williams and Mind in Hammersmith, Fulham, Ealing and Hounslow have teamed up with Out of Home media owner Clear Channel one year on from the murder of George […]

Author: Dani Smallbone
Posted on: 24th May 2021

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Pandemic Parenting

As schools begin to return, I have had some time to reflect on the last few weeks (20 to be precise!) of how our home lives entirely changed overnight. Becoming a full-time homeschooler, continuing to work full-time whilst maintaining parental boundaries has been quite the challenge to say the least. Whilst it’s been quite an […]

Author: HFEHMind
Posted on: 8th September 2020

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