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  1. I'm worried about my child's mental health

        Does your child need urgent help? If it's an emergency call 999. If it's not life threatening. Call NHS mental Health Crisis Support Line on 111 and press option 2 (24/7) for anyone of any age in Norfolk and Suffolk. The video below…
  2. Children and bereavement

    The following information could help if your child has lost a loved one or if a loved one is dying. If your child has a loved one who's dying If a child has a loved one who is going to die, they can benefit from special support.…
  3. Student mental health

    Mental health problems are as common among students as they are in the general population. But it's not just students who have a diagnosed mental health condition that can benefit from counselling. Alan Percy, head of counselling at the University of Oxford, says: "A lot of difficulties are not…
  4. Bereavement and young people

    Losing someone important to you is one of the hardest things to experience in life. If you're young, bereavement can be even more difficult. But support and advice are available to help you get through it. Your teenage years can be a lot of fun,…
  5. Student stress: self-help tips

    Starting university can be a stressful experience. How you cope with the stress is the key to whether or not it develops into a health problem. Stress is a natural feeling, designed to help you cope in challenging situations. In small amounts it's good, because it pushes you to work hard and…
  6. Depression

    This page provides information about depression, and where you can get advice and support. Overview of low mood and depression Low mood and depression affects people differently. You may feel down, sad, upset or tearful, empty or num, feel anxious, hopeless or worthless, You may no longer…
  7. Grief and Loss

    This page provides information about bereavement, and where you can get advice and support. Coping with grief and loss There’s no right or wrong way to grieve. You may feel shock, numbness – usually the first reaction to loss, feel in a daze, overwhelming sadness,…
  8. Eating Disorders

    This page provides information about eating disorders, and where you can get advice and support. Eating Disorders Awareness Week - From February 26th to 3th March "Eating disorders are one of the most dangerous and complex mental health issues for anyone to overcome - they…
  9. Anxiety

    This page provides information about anxiety, and where to go for advice and support. Overview of anxiety Anxiety can make you feel worried, nervous, tense, restless or scared. It can cause physical symptoms such as a racing heartbeat, sweating, trembling, panic attacks and stomach aches.…
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