Embracing Well-being: Westminster Tutors Stands United for World Mental Health Day

Oct 10, 2023

Today, Westminster Tutors joins the global community in recognising World Mental Health Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness and fostering understanding about mental health issues.

This year’s World Mental Health Day theme, “Mental Health in an Unequal World,” resonates deeply with our school’s dedication to inclusivity and support for all students. As we navigate the challenges of the modern world, we strive to create an environment where students feel valued, heard, and supported in their mental health journey.

We recognise that mental health is an integral part of overall well-being and academic success. By celebrating World Mental Health Day, we hope to contribute to a culture that prioritises mental health, encourages empathy, and supports those who may be facing challenges.

As part of our commitment to ongoing mental health awareness, we encourage students, staff, and parents to continue the conversation beyond World Mental Health Day. Together, we can create a community fostering compassion, understanding, and resilience.

Remember, mental health matters every day, and at Westminster Tutors we stand united in promoting a supportive and inclusive environment for all.

Below you will find a list of websites that actively support young adults’ mental health:

Website: YoungMinds
Description: Offers information, support, and resources on a wide range of mental health issues. They also have a helpline for parents and young people.

Website: Childline
Description: A confidential helpline and online chat service for young people, providing support on various issues, including mental health.

MindEd for Families:
Website: MindEd for Families
Description: Provides e-learning resources and information for parents and carers on children and young people’s mental health.

Website: Kooth
Description: An online mental health platform that offers free, safe, and anonymous support for young people, including counselling and self-help tools.

The Mix:
Website: The Mix
Description: An online support service for under-25s, providing information and advice on various issues, including mental health.

Papyrus – Prevention of Young Suicide:
Website: Papyrus
Description: Dedicated to the prevention of young suicide, Papyrus offers resources and a helpline for young people who may be struggling.

Rethink Mental Illness – Youth Mental Health:
Website: Rethink Mental Illness – Youth Mental Health
Description: Provides information and advice for young people experiencing mental health challenges, as well as resources for parents and carers.

NHS Mental Health Services for Young People:
Website: NHS Mental Health Services
Description: Information on mental health services available through the NHS, including CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services).

Mind – How to Cope with Student Life:
Website: Mind – Student Life
Description: Mind offers tips and advice for students on managing mental health during their academic journey.

The Anna Freud Centre for Children and Families:
Website: Anna Freud Centre
Description: Provides resources, training, and support for young people, families, and professionals working with children and young people.

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