Articles tagged with: Childrens Mental Health Week


    04 January 2021
    A New Year Announcement

    A New Year Announcement

    As we begin looking forward to a hopefully brighter year in 2021, we want to tell you about an incredible and exciting campaign that AWARE is launching THIS MONTH!  AWARE dreams of a future where mental health is a topic that can be discussed openly without stigma. How? Let's start with...

    07 February 2020
    The Importance of Investing in Children and Young People's Mental Health

    The Importance of Investing in Children and Young People's Mental Health

    As Children's Mental Health Week comes to an end, we hope you have enjoyed our ‘Take 5’ health and wellbeing tips for young people. We finish this week with a sobering reminder of why it is so important that we invest in the mental health of children and young people. In the first three...

    31 January 2020
    Children's Mental Health Week 2020 - Find your Brave

    Children's Mental Health Week 2020 - Find your Brave

    Monday 3rd February marks the beginning of Children’s Mental Health Week 2020. The week was set up in 2015 by children’s mental health charity, Place2Be and highlights the importance of children and young peoples’ mental health. According to official NHS figures, nearly 13% of children aged...

    06 February 2017
    “I didn’t speak up, and I didn’t seek help. That is my biggest regret.” These are the words of 19 year old Emma Norris who suffered from depression as a teenager.

    “I didn’t speak up, and I didn’t seek help. That is my biggest regret.” These are the words of 19 year old Emma Norris who suffered from depression as a teenager.

    To mark the beginning of Children’s Mental Health Week, Emma documented her own personal journey with depression and the effect it had on her education and personal life. Emma suffered from depression in her teens when she was a year 14 student at Aquinas School in Belfast. Her depression was...