Mental Health Awareness Week: Connect With Nature

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The challenges of this year have been hugely disruptive for children and young people, causing increasing anxiety, worry, stress and uncertainty about the future. But even at the height of the pandemic, being in gardens, parks and other green spaces has become a top coping strategy, with 45% of people saying that being among nature…

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Mental Health Nature Journal

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Research has shown that connecting with nature can be used to improve our Mental Health and have a positive impact on our physical and mental wellbeing. Spending time outdoors can relieve stress, anxiety and anger and help boost our self-confidence. This year the Mental Health Awareness Week theme is nature, and to support this the…

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Well-being packs for young people

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The Young Minds Matter Gloucestershire team has developed a series of resources to help support secondary age young people during the current COVID-19 period. Each booklet has been written specifically for secondary age young people and cover the following areas: 1. Help for coronavirus worries 2. Anxiety ASC Teenagers and COVID-19 3. Help for worries…

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Well-being packs for children

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The Young Minds Matter Gloucestershire team has developed a series of resources to help support primary age children during the current COVID-19 period. Each booklet has been written specifically for primary age children and cover the following areas: 1. Help for when I am feeling worried 2. Support pack for children with Autism Spectrum Condition…

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