Encouraging understanding and discussion of mental health in young people
Digital connections are forever increasing, connecting with friends, teachers and family online is all possible, but this has come at a cost for the mental health of our young people. 1 in 4 young people say they feel socially anxious, lonely and overwhelmed as a result of feeling socially disconnected from society, which is why stem4’s theme this year is #ConnectMeaningfully.
This year, Space2BHeard is supporting the campaign with a number of mental health care resources. Our self-help books and leaflets support those struggling with their mental health and provide advice for anxiety, panic, worry, body confidence and facing up to your feelings.
We’ve also put together a short guide on protecting your mental health whilst on social media:
If you’re looking for in-person support to explore mental health care, Space2BHeard is here for you. Our Let’s Talk service works alongside other healthcare providers in Hull, offering counselling and therapeutic options to young people in our community who are experiencing anxiety or mental health issues.
If this sounds like something you might be interested in learning more about, please fill in our form below and someone will be in contact with you soon.
267 Beverley Rd
Hull, East Yorkshire
If you’re feeling nervous about the prospect of seeking mental health care, take a look at some of our testimonials from people who have used the ‘Let’s Talk’ service.
If you would like further information about ‘Let’s Talk’- click the button below.