'self-esteem' blog posts:
9 Mar 2015
Let’s begin with the D word…Depression
Our guest blogger Antalia Terblanche writes about depression, and shares her tactics on how to get through it. You can also find links to further information from YoungMinds, plus our Vs campaigns and the HeadMeds medication information website.
17 Feb 2015
Self-harm: supporting you to support young people
Our training courses can help you understand the potential reasons for self-harm and how to support those affected.
16 Feb 2015
Duchess of Cambridge speaks out on Children's Mental Health
The Duchess of Cambridge has spoken about the “overwhelming” challenges faced by children today which leave some “struggling to cope”, leading to depression, anxiety, self-harm and addiction.
12 Feb 2015
10 Young Adult books that reflect mental health issues
Writing may help us to get through some mental health problems – but reading can too! Here are ten suggested reads.
2 Feb 2015
Benefit sanctions: detrimental affect on mental health
Jobseekers' stories of benefit sanctions show that job centres must provide tailored help to encourage people into work.
30 Jan 2015
YoungMinds encourages you to show #MatesMatter for Safer Internet Day
This year YoungMinds will be spreading online support to promote the safe and beneficial use of the interrnet
17 Dec 2014
YoungMInds Vs Bullying campaign reaches far online
Explore the success of our recent anti-bullying campaign on social media. Here we take a look at the popularity of campaign online.
15 Dec 2014
All at sea – is mental health support for Erasmus students adequate?
Students studying abroad on the Erasmus programme – obligatory on many modern language courses – are finding that they're often not well supported locally with their mental health needs. Find out more and tread our helpful tips.
14 Dec 2014
'Fundamentals': a new book on nurturing self-esteem
'Fundamentals - A Guide for Parents & Teachers on Mental Health & Self-Esteem' by Natasha Devon and Lynn Crilly is coming out on 8 January 2015, and is available to pre-order now.
12 Dec 2014
Children’s admissions to hospitals for self-harm at a 5-year high
Figures show that the number of children admitted to hospital in England for self-harm is at a 5-year high.