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Support resources for parents and carers

To do our best to support the wellbeing of our young people, it’s essential we also look after our own mental health. Find a collection of resources below to help you look after yourselves.

Support resources for parents and carers

Wellbeing webinars with Harrow Talking Therapies

In association with Harrow Talking Therapies, this series of webinars introduces a number of common difficulties, the sign to look out for, and strategies to use to combat them. Each webinar is delivered by one of our partner organsations; Paiwand, the Centre for ADHD and Autism Support, The Wish Centre and Mosaic LGBT Young Persons’ Trust, as well as guest contributions from the Educational Psychology Service. Watch the full playlist.

Playlist contents:

1. Low mood with Paiwand

2. Stress with Lynne Babbington from the Educational Psychology Service

3. Sleep with the Centre for ADHD and Autism

4. Anxiety with the Wish Centre

5. Self-care with Mosaic LGBT Young Persons’ Trust

6. Bursting the Anxiety Bubble with Thomas Brosnan MBACP, FDAP

Getting help yourself

You are best placed to support the young people around you if you are also feeling fit and well. Do not hesitate to reach out for help if you are struggling.

Harrow Talking Therapies is a free, confidential NHS service which provides psychological treatment for depression and anxiety disorders. Talking Therapies and counselling services are suitable for people with problems which have arisen fairly recently. Feelings of low mood, anxiety, particular fears or problems coping with daily life and relationships, are all suitable for brief focussed talking therapies.

Find out more and refer yourself: NHS Harrow Talking Therapies

What to expect from Harrow Talking Therapies: