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Anger

It is important to learn healthy ways of recognising, expressing and dealing with anger.

Anxiety

There are many feelings and behaviours associated with anxiety, and everyone’s experience is different.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

ADHD is the most common behavioural disorder in young people

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

ASD is a condition with onset in the developmental period.

Bereavement

The death of someone close to you can be emotionally devastating, you need space to grieve and come to terms with their death

Bipolar

Bipolar is a mood disorder, it can cause an individual’s mood to swing from an extreme high to an extreme low.

Bullying and Cyberbulling

Bullying affects over a million young individuals every year.

Depression

Depression is a commonly used word, often used to describe feeling low or unhappy

Eating Disorders

Many individual’s have different eating habits however, eating problems are defined as any difficult relationship with food.

LGBTQ+ and Mental Health

Research shows that more than 40% of LGBTQ+ people will experience a significant mental health problem.

Self-Esteem

By tackling your low self-esteem early, it can help prevent mental health difficulties like depression or anxiety from developing

Self-Harm

Feelings of intense anger, guilt, hopelessness, self-hatred and depression are often associated with self-harm.

Stress and Coping with Student Life

Everyone experiences stress differently, stress affects you both emotionally and physically.

Trauma and Abuse

Trauma is defined as the physical and emotional response to a terrible event.

How to talk to your GP

We want everyone with a mental health problem who visits their GP practice to get the support that best suits their needs.

National Mind Infoline

Mind’s team provides information on a range of topics.

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