You could be a university student facing upcoming exam stress. Perhaps you’re the victim of bullying from your classmates. Or maybe you’re a teacher that is struggling to manage a chaotic classroom.
There’s so many things that can create mental health concerns in the education community. So it should come no surprise that the government is looking at ways to improve mental health and wellbeing in UK schools. In fact, the government published a range of surveys and case studies last year investigating how to support mental health worries in education.
Because of this, we are so keen to get schools and universities involved with our online platform. YouinMind.org is beneficial to young people, staff and parents that may be experiencing ill mental health.
From professional support to local communities, YouinMind.org has a lot to offer to the education community in Cheshire. We’re not just talking about therapy or counselling; we list local events, sport activities and youth groups that are all aimed at enhancing wellbeing across Cheshire.
If you’re an educational institution on Twitter, you may find yourself tagged into our Tweets promoting our services. We’ll hope you accept our invitation to look at our platform and discover the advantages our online platform could offer your community.
We can provide you with marketing material like leaflets and pens to help promote YouinMind.org within your school or university. Please get in touch and we’ll be happy to send these out to you at no cost.
Even better, if you’ve got a mental health service run through your institution or that you support, please let us know. We will be happy to add your mental health service to our online platform whether be an online resource or local group as long as it is based in Cheshire. Again, listing your mental health services on our website comes at no cost as we are funded by the NHS.
We hope you will help us drive mental health support in the education community. Together we can truly make a difference.