'Anxiety' blog posts:
21 Nov 2013
Big Lottery launches HeadStart programme
Sixty per cent of children and young people say they feel sad or anxious at least once a week, according to a YouGov survey of more than 700 young people.
9 Oct 2013
Safeguarding issues raised by Parents Helpline
The YoungMinds Parents Helpline is increasingly receiving calls from parents raising safeguarding issues.
8 Oct 2013
Supporting a child with autism: a parent's view
Parent and guest blogger Kate talks about supporting her son who has autism and gives advice to other parents who may find themselves in a similar situation.
1 Oct 2013
Academic urges mental health screening in schools
Mental health screening should be carried out in primary schools to enable early identification and potentially save money, according to an academic from the University of Cambridge in America.
30 Sep 2013
Nice launches standards on depression in young people
New standards to improve the care and support of children and young people with depression have been launched by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE).
28 Aug 2013
More family meals and less TV ‘make children happier’
A study published today by the government agency, Public Health England has raised concerns that excessive ‘screen-time’ – more than four hours a day is linked to anxiety and depression.
22 Aug 2013
Parent-led anxiety treatment could improve children’s lives
A new study conducted by the University of Reading has found that training parents in applying Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) may be an efficient and effective way of treating childhood anxiety disorders.
15 Aug 2013
Students negative feelings most common at night
A recent study released by the Nightline Association, which provides student-led support services to over 90 universities, has found that 75% of university students had personally experienced some form of emotional distress.
29 Jul 2013
BBC3 Tonight - Failed by the NHS
Tonight at 9pm on BBC3, Jonny Benjamin, who has schizoaffective disorder, investigate why many people are simply not getting the treatment they should be from the NHS.
25 Jul 2013
Calls to Mind's helpline increase by 50 per cent
Financial pressures behind huge rise in calls to Mind's helpline.