What does it mean to be brave? The theme of this year’s Youth Mental Health Day is #BeBrave. Bravery can be different for different people, and what it means to one probably isn’t the same as what it means to another. It could be brave for one person to go
We are delighted to have worked with Daniel Barnett, Barrister at Outer Temple Chambers and LBC Presenter, to collaboratively write his new small book on Spotting Malingering. It focuses on helping employers to identify malingering in their staff, and provides expert guidance on what to do about it.
“You made the book 1,000 x better.” – Daniel Barnett
New Small Book by Daniel Barnett, written in collaboration with Dr Kerry Davison, our Clinical Director
Category: Anxiety and Stress in Children and Young People
Anxiety is a normal feeling and can affect us all from time to time, but it can become a problem when it makes you feel very stuck, overwhelmed or worried for a long period of time. Click here to read our top tips for tackling anxiety for young people.
Moving from primary to secondary school can be a really exciting time full of positive change, but it can also be a time where young people feel overwhelmed and anxious. This transition period involves many changes: the physical environment, new rules and expectations, change of peer group, change of teachers,