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Social isolation is a growing problem in the UK. In the past, large family networks would support each other and close knit communities would look out for their friends and neighbours. Today, families are more likely to be spread out across the country, even across the world, than they once were. While it’s true that travel is quicker and easier, and social media makes it possible to stay in touch with those who are far away, without that strong sense of community and extended network close by, many people are left feeling isolated and alone.Read more »
I am so thrilled to receive 3 years funding from Children in Need for us to recruit a full time counsellor to support young women 14 – 18 years old.
Mental health in teenagers is on the rise with many attributing factors such as social media, online bullying, academic pressures, the list goes on.Read more »
Time to Talk Day 2019 is next Thursday (February 7) and we want you to be a part of the conversation.
If you haven’t heard of it before, Time to Talk Day is a mental health awareness day organised annually by Time to Change. The idea behind...Read more »