A practical introduction for staff working with young people who want to gain an overview of common mental health issues in their students and understand how to recognise, respond and support effectively. Developed as a universal introduction for non-specialist staff.
- Understanding mental health and mental ill health and why it is relevant to us in schools
- An overview of the ‘big four’: anxiety, depression, self-harm and eating disorders
- Spotting the warning signs and having a safe and sensitive first conversation
- Providing support to vulnerable students and promoting the wellbeing of every child