• Young Minds

                    There are many different types of mental health issues that affect many of us daily. Mental Health can affect many of us no matter what our gender or ethnic background. Children and young people can also be affected by mental health even at the early stages of […]

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  • Support Each Other At Christmas.

    Do you know of someone who will be alone this Christmas? Do you know somebody who will be sleeping rough? Is there something we could all do to help? In this short blog, I will give my views on being alone in the festive period and what we can do to help. Christmas is meant […]

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  • Clown Fear on the Rise

    Do you have a phobia of clowns? Do you know somebody who has? Are clowns now portrayed as scary rather than entertaining? Why has the perception of a clown now changed? In this short blog, I will give my views on clowns and why I feel the fear of them is rising so dramatically. Clowns […]

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  • Nowhere is Safe.

      Have you been effected by knife or gun crime? Do you know somebody who has? Is knife & gun crime on the rise in your local area? How can you keep yourself, family and friend’s safe? In this blog, I will explain what exactly knife & gun crime is, their effects, and give tips […]

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  • Who am I

    Many of us can have a mind block when asked to speak about ourselves. Cogs start turning and your mind scrambles to think of something yet you try, you get sweaty palms and dry mouth and find it a struggle usually starting the conversation with a “huhmm” or “erm” It’s that one question that always […]

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  • Volunteering Changed My Life Drastically!

    Volunteering is an amazing way in which you can enhance your future as well as offering to support to others who need it. Volunteering is an activity which takes place for a community of organisation but is not for profit in money terms. It is done to benefit the community, organisation and the volunteer them-self. […]

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  • Teachers: A short guide to identify a pupil experiencing stress, anxiety or depression.

    Are you a teacher, or teaching assistant and feel frequently concerned about the emotional well-being of your pupils? The Princes Trust (2012) reported that 30% of young people stated that they felt ‘always’ or ‘often’ down or depressed. But the problem for teachers is that it can be difficult to spot. There are ways to […]

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