29 Sep 2014
The history of the YoungMinds Parents Helpline
The Parents Helpline is one of YoungMinds longest-running services and remains crucial to the work of the organisation.
29 Sep 2014
YoungMinds' Vice President: How the Helpline began
The YoungMinds Information Service launched in 1993, before becoming the Parents Helpline in 2000.
27 Sep 2014
Carney is campaigning against cyberbullying
Carney suffered cyberbullying as a teenager, with terrible consequences, but managed to get through it thanks to support from a close friend and his school counsellor.
25 Sep 2014
Fundraising for YoungMinds: Sarah Jo’s final challenge
The wonderful Sarah Jo finishes fund- and awareness-raising for us by climbing Glyder Traverse with her two sons!
23 Sep 2014
Report launched: results of consultation with 5,600 young people
We consulted with 5,600 young people about what the big issues were that affected them - here we launch the results and accompanying report.
22 Sep 2014
Tragic and preventable consequences of lack of mental health treatment
The death of Christina Edkins at the hands of a mentally unstable young man could have been avoided if he had received the treatment he needed.
20 Sep 2014
Jessica's story: cyberbullying
Jessica shares her experience with cyberbullying, and what action she has taken to overcome it and help spread awareness of the dangers and damage it can do.
19 Sep 2014
Royal College of Psychiatrists launches ‘manifesto’
Royal College of Psychiatrists have launched a ‘manifesto’ to improve the nation’s mental health.
18 Sep 2014
Ben's battle with depression and anxiety
Ben talks about his experiences with anxiety and depression - watch his short film exploring these issues, and most importantly, various means of recovery.
16 Sep 2014
Talking to children about mental illness
Daphne Joseph, manager of the YoungMinds Parents Helpline, recommends some golden rules when it comes to talking to children about mental illness.