News & Blog
Hollywood Thinks I’m Crazy
AFNCCF Blogger Willow examines the misconceptions that pervade the media around Dissociative Identity Disorder.
Young Champion Pavan gives us the rundown on Hackathon #3 and how technology can be used to reduce stigma around mental health and educate young people about it.
Young Champion Kirsty reflects on her experience with body image
"Apologise to your body and let the healing begin." - Volunteer Young Champion Kirsty reflects on her experience with body image.
A constant for parents and toddlers in temporary accommodation
The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families has been shortlisted in the 2017 London Homelessness Awards for our work with people affected by homelessness. We know that issue...
Natasha W reports on #GoodOutcomesCYMH
"This is how it should be. How can we encourage youth participation in child mental health if the academics underpinning the matter is inaccessible to those who wish to participate?" - Y...
AFNCCF shortlisted for Homelessness Award
The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families provides a multifaceted approach to supporting families in temporary accommodation to care for the psychological needs of their c...
20,000 Schools Invited to Start #TalkingMentalHealth
We know that schools are on the frontline when it comes to children’s mental health. School leaders and teaching staff work hard each day to support the mental health and wellbeing of th...
Historic visit honours Dann sisters and the Bulldogs Bank children
Last week we were honoured to be paid a visit by Shula Levital, niece of the sisters Gertrud and Sophie Dann who worked closely with Anna Freud during and after the second world war and ...
Family School welcomes Dean Stott and Nadia Shah
It was a very busy week at the Family School with the visit of two VIPs.