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Mental Health Resources for Parents
Although it’s amazing and rewarding to watch your children grow up, it can also be really hard work. It can feel especially hard if your child's mood and behaviour seem different and you're not sure why, or what you can do to help. But you are not alone.
The Bulmershe School are working incredibly hard to achieve the Wellbeing Award for Schools and aim to provide a healthy and caring environment for all of our students, but we also recognise that Parents might need help too.
Please find below a selection of resources dedicated to parents regarding both your child's mental health and looking after your own.
How to talk to your child about Mental Health
Supporting a child who is coming out
Anxiety - Support for young people, parents and carers
Coping with Self Harm - a guide for Parents and Carers
Depression - Support for young people, parents and carers
Websites you may find useful
Kooth - Mental Health Support - The Kooth team are here to provide free, safe and anonymous online support and counselling. The whole team are made up of friendly and experienced individuals who want to help you.
Sport in Mind - Transforming the lives and mental health of children and adults through sport and physical activity
SEED Eating Disorder Support Group aims to support both sufferers and carers in the hope that they do not feel alone with their problems
Beat Eating Disorders Charity's mission is to end the pain and suffering caused by eating disorders
The Mental Health Foundation takes a public mental health approach to prevention, finding solutions for individuals, those at risk and for society, in order to improve everyone’s mental wellbeing. They also have a programme to that supports loneliness.
ARC Youth Counselling is a specific service for 16-25 year olds who need additional and specific support or advice
The Florey Clinic provides a free confidential integrated sexual health service in Reading, Wokingham and West Berkshire
Brook is a free and confidential sexual health and wellbeing service
Here4YOUth is Wokingham's service that offers advice, support and guidance to young people on drug and alcohol use, and signposts young people to other support services they may need
Support U is your LGBT+ resource centre in the Thames Valley. The service is run by a team of volunteers who aredeliver the help and support through their website, telephone helpline and face-to-face sessions
The NHS Better Health site can help you kickstart healthy habits, whether you want to lose weight, get active, or beat addictions.
Smoke Free Life is a service to help you give up smoking
Kaleidoscopic UK supports children and adults who have been exposed to domestic abuse. You can also find support specific to Wokingham on their domestic abuse directory