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- topic toolkits -

for young people

We've gathered some useful information on a wide variety of topics. If you can't find what you're looking for try using the search bar or talk to us on Live Chat. Make sure to let us know if there's a topic we're missing that you would like to see here.

Anxiety is a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, that can be mild or severe.

People with depression can experience a range of symptoms such as feeling restless or worried, having trouble concentrating or sleeping, and feeling unhappy.

Self-harm is when someone hurts themselves deliberately. There are lots of different forms of self-harming.

Body image is how we think
and feel about ourselves physically, and how we
believe others see us.

Exams and tests usually cause most people some level of worry and stress – they are important, and it can often feel like there’s a lot of pressure to do well

Stress affects everyone differently, but common symptoms can include feeling overwhelmed or irritable, changes to eating or sleeping patterns and  constant worry

Your self-esteem is how you feel about yourself, and what you believe you’re worth. You
could think of it as your
attitude towards yourself.

This topic toolkit will be coming soon. We're just looking for the best links and contacts.

Therapists can help you deal with all sorts of problems. It can help you deal with things you’ve experienced in the past, problems affecting you now, and things you might be worried about in the future.

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