Children’s mental health week has been running from 1-7 February 2021
As the consequences of the pandemic and lockdown continue there has never been a more important time to focus on the mental health and wellbeing of our children.
Many children are facing the consequences of school closure, being educated from home, isolation or tragically perhaps bereavement. Not to mention the knock on effect of anxiety and stress they will no doubt be picking up from the media and perhaps those adults who are looking after them.
BACP has drawn together a fantastic collection of resources for anyone with an interest in children’s mental health and we have included a link so you can check it out here. There’s helpful tips for lockdown family life, blogs from school counsellors and young people talking about their mental health.
Please don’t hesitate to contact Rainbow for more information, or support for you or your child, as recovery is most definitely possible!
Related topic: Children’s Mental Health Week Feb 2021 website >