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We hope that you will find the following information and links helpful, they relate to how to look after mental health and emotional wellbeing, especially during the current situation.
Herts Partnership University NHS Trust has created a free webinar for 'Wellbeing Supporting for Parents of School Age Children' - click here to watch it
The British Red Cross has put together activities to help children to build resilience and ease tensions during this time - click here
Mindfulness information - click here
A webpage for young people and families, focussed on how to cope during periods of self-isolation: click here
Healthy Minds Network have launched a new early intervention and prevention helpline for children and young people aged 10-17 in Herts. The helpline will provide a safe , non-judgemental space to talk to a Young People Advisor or Mentor who will provide emotional support, advice and information, signposting and discuss coping strategies.
The Anna Freud Centre 'Schools in Mind' have created a video for parents: click here
Centers for Disease Control and prevention provide some helpful messages on how to talk to children about Coronavirus: click here
Every Mind Matters provides general information about looking after your mental health which would be relevant during this challenging time as much as at any other time and provides top tips to improve emotional wellbeing: click here
Mind website provides useful information about how to cope if people feel anxious about coronavirus, how to manage staying well at home if being asked to self-isolate and taking care of your mental health and wellbeing among other tips and advice: click here
A useful child friendly electronic book about coronavirus: click here.
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