Emotional Well Being
Stressed, anxious, depressed, low self-esteem? Many people have these feelings at some time. But if you cant get on with your life because of them, you may need to get help Emotional Well Being is used here to describe a wide range of issues which can affect young people such as Depression, Eating Disorders, and Bullying, Self Harm, and Behavioural problems, Anger Management or Mental Health Problems
If one thing is not working as well as it should in our lives, it can leave us with strange and unfamiliar feelings that we don't know what to do with, especially if we ignore it or don't take steps to understand it or make it better.
Most people can learn to live successfully with stress or negative feelings. However, more serious mental health problems can leave someone feeling overwhelmed by life, and can also be worrying or disturbing for the people around them
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAHMS):
They offer a range of services which provide help and treatment to young people who are experiencing emotional or behavioural difficulties, or mental health problems, disorders and illnesses.
Referrals into Specialist CAMHS can be made by the following
- Qualified Health Professionals (School Nurse, Health visitor)
- Educational Psychology
- Social Worker
Informal discussions regarding referrals or pathway for accessing service can take place by calling the Ridings Station Rd Redcar (01642 516755)
From the age of 18 young people would usually be seen by Adult Mental Health services which again should be accessed via the young persons GP
Mental Health Matters (Redcar and Cleveland) 0800 052 0658
Redcar and Cleveland Mind Information Service 01642 296054
For more information
www.mentalhealth.org.uk for info on all types of mental health issue.
www.sane.org.uk 08457 678 000
The Good Mind Guide Offers help and info about services that contribute to people's mental health.
The Phobics Society Offers advice and help with phobias and fears, including social anxiety.
Young Minds A charity providing information & support on childrens mental health.
MIND a mental health charity in operates in England & Wales. 0845 766 0163
www.childline.org.uk Free Tel: 0800 1111 (24 hours a day, 365 days per year)
www.samaritans.org Tel: 08457 90 90 90 (24 hours a day, 365 days per year)
www.thecalmzone.net CALM - Campaign against Living Miserably Free Tel: 0800 58 58 58 (Daily from 5.00pm to 3.00am)
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