This is a fabulous activity to do with the whole family or with individual children. With a little creativity, it can be a really useful tool, whatever your aim. I have explained how to use the tool and have given some examples of how I may use it too. Make sure you get information like this by signing up to my newsletter for parents and carers!
If you’re concerned that your relationship, or that of a loved one, is emotionally abusive, in this blog I share some of the content I wrote for Teen Vogue; using my 12 years experience of supporting women and children survivors of domestic abuse.
Stella Eden, survivor of domestic abuse and author, shares the last page of her book in hope that it helps other women in similar situations, the find the courage to change their lives too.
For International Women's Day 2018, Lauren Barclay, founder of the Youth Mental Health Matters charity, has written a guest blog about how one special teacher got her through secondary school alive. She wants you to know how easily you can be a Miss Mitchell too.
Hannah Brown, of aneartohear.co.uk, has used the anology of a house restoration to describe the complexity and size of recovery from anorexia. She describes the process she experienced from being exhausted to asking for help and building her restoration team.
Hope Virgo, Author, Mental Health Campaigner and Public Speaker has written this emotional and personal account of how her inner thoughts manifested during the beginning of her battle with anorexia. Created to raise awareness of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week 2018.
This questions was asked when I did my talk at the Exhale Mental Health Showcase in January 2018; I don't think it's about the right time, more about creating the right opportunities.
Wondering if the Social Anxiety Process Group is right for you? In this blog, I give you 10 reasons why it is.
I'm jumping on the back of National Wear Red Day, which is about raising awareness of heart disease as the Number 1 killer in women, to show how attending to your mental health can decrease your risk of heart disease. If you don't prioritise your mental health, could this sway you?