This video is an introduction to the Operation Encompass Teachers’ Helpline, supported by Psychology Associates. The helpline provides advice and guidance to school staff working with and supporting vulnerable children and their families who have been impacted by domestic violence.

Children’s emotional well-being is of equal importance to their physical health, and having an understanding of what mental health is and how to look after it is vital. Our resource aims to break this down for children to help them learn to support their mental health as early as possible

Young people’s emotional well-being is of equal importance to their physical health, and being able to understand their mental health is vital. Our Understanding Mental Health for Young People resource explains what is meant by mental health and how to recognise mental health difficulties, as well as providing guidance on

Books are an effective way in which to engage children in important concepts that may be challenging and difficult to discuss. Domestic Abuse can be viewed as one such subject. In partnership with Operation Encompass, our team have written a range of reviews on books which can be used to

Evidence strongly suggests that being connected to nature helps us to flourish by improving our mental and physical health. We explore the psychological and physical wellbeing benefits of nature on our Nature and our Mental Health Resource, and also outlines suggestions for how you can connect with nature to better

Visualisation exercises and goal setting can be very effective strategies to boost your wellbeing, both by helping you to regulate your emotions, as well as promoting feelings of security, positivity, and achievement. Our Visualisation and Goal Setting resource explores the positive impact visualisation can have for supporting our mental health,

Protecting and supporting our mental health is just as important as looking after our physical health. This resource is a guide to improving your mental wellbeing by identifying and tackling triggers for stress and anxiety and by implementing positive and effective strategies for prioritising your mental health. 

Together with Operation Encompass, we have developed the tool ‘Recovery and Resilience Planning’ as a summary to guide education setting staff in their understanding and support, focussing on relationships, emotional wellbeing, engagement and learning.

Resources for Adults  Samaritans – You can access confidential emotional support at any time from Samaritans either by calling 116 123 or emailing jo@samaritans.org Mental Health Foundation – 10 minute mindfulness practice exercise narrated by Mindfulness expert, Professor Mark Williams, and features a series of breathing and visualisation techniques. https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/podcasts-and-videos/mindfulness-10-minute-practice-exercise Resources for Young People

Mindfulness is the practice of being fully present in the moment and paying attention to your thoughts and feelings, and to your environment. We explore the many significant benefits of mindfulness for our mental health and wellbeing, and share practical ideas for incorporating mindfulness techniques in your daily routine.

Understanding, recognising and coping with stress can be difficult for young people. Our Top Tips for Helping Children Understand and Manage Stress resource aims to provide practical strategies and guidance to help you support your child to better understand, minimise and manage stress.

Burnout is the feeling of emotional, mental and physical exhaustion, and can be caused by prolonged experiences of relentless stress without adequate and healthy coping strategies or helpful support. Our Recovering from and Preventing Burnout Resource outlines the key symptoms and impacts of burnout, as well as sharing our guidance