Wellbeing Resources

Mental Health Websites for Young People

Helpful Websites

Teen Mental Health
teenmentalhealth.org

Committed to creating and delivering mental health literacy information, research and education and resources to young people and professionals. Young people can learn about a range of mental health issues as well as understanding the difference between mental illness and mental health.

Young Minds
youngminds.org.uk

A website designed to support all young people in getting the mental health help that they need. Aimed at professionals, schools as well as young people themselves. Resources to support you in looking after yourself and to reach out for help when you need it.

Supporting Teen Mental Health
stem4.org.uk

Covers the topics of Anxiety, depression, self-harm, eating disorders and addictions. Offers information, tips and free apps that you can download to help with these issues.

Student Minds
www.studentminds.org.uk

Empowering students and members of the University community to look after their own mental health, support others and create change.

Teen Mental Health – A Guide for Parents
www.mytutor.co.uk

Useful tips and advice for parents to help their teens overcome body image issues, academic anxiety, peer pressure, and cyberbullying, including links to other important teen mental health resources – all of which can be helpful in these uncertain times. 

Yoppie
yoppie.com/menstrual-cycles-mental-health

A website full of articles about Menstrual health and PMS. The blog is full of articles demystifying menstrual health and PMS. How to deal with it, what expect, changes in your body and much more.


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