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Schools, colleges, universities, services and workplaces can all support On My Mind by:

  1. Sharing  www.onmymind.info across your social media using the hashtag #onmymind
  2. Downloading the free posters and leaflets below to share in your reception or work areas
  3. Sign-posting to On My Mind from website and newsletters

Should you have any questions regarding the site or any of our resources, please contact youthwellbeing@annafreud.org.  

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Posters & Leaflets

The following posters and leaflets have been designed to help services sign-post to On My Mind. Please print and display in areas where young people may notice such as school notice boards, waiting rooms and staff rooms.

    

Poster 1: View pdf (suitable for print)   

Leaflet 1:  View pdf (suitable for print)

     

Poster 2: View pdf (suitable for print) 

Leaflet 2: View pdf (suitable for print)

     

Poster 3:  View pdf (suitable for print)

Leaflet 3:  View pdf (suitable for print)

    

Poster 4:  View pdf (suitable for print)

Leaflet 4:  View pdf (suitable for print)

Shared Decision Making 

The Shared Decision Making poster accompanies the Shared Decision Making page

View pdf (suitable for print)

Self-care slides

Following requests from schools, colleges and services, we have produced a slide-deck showing some of the 89 self-care strategies that can be found on our self-care page which can be shown on screens within organisations.  

Booklets

Helping Someone Else

The Helping Someone Else booklet accompanies our Helping Someone Else page.

View pdf (suitable for print)

 

 

Lingo

The Lingo booklet was co-produced by a Young Champion and staff at the Centre and provides insights in to the experiences of young people when talking to adults and professionals about their mental health. Find out more about Young Champion projects.

View pdf (suitable for print)

 

Seasonal Self-Care survival kit

Our free Self-Care Survival Kit has been created to help those experiencing anxiety or depression over the festive period. The strategies are a few of those listed on our new self-care resource.

View pdf (suitable for print)

  

Animations

We All Have Mental Health 

An animation designed to give young people aged 11-14 a common language and understanding of what we mean by mental health and how we can look after it. It has been created for young people in Key stage 3 and can be used with accompanying teaching resources.

Please click on the relevant link below to access the animation on YouTube:

We all have mental health

We all have mental health (subtitled)

There is a Teacher Toolkit that accompanies the animation which includes lesson plans, assembly plans and cross-curricular activities.

This animation and the accompanying toolkit have also been translated in to Welsh:

We all have mental health Teacher Toolkit (Welsh translation)

 

Talking Mental Health 

An animation designed to help begin conversations about mental health in the classroom and beyond. The animation and accompanying resources have been created by a team of animators, children, teachers and clinicians, and is being taught to year 5 and 6 children around the UK.

Please click on the relevant link below to access the animation on YouTube:

Talking Mental Health

Talking Mental Health (subtitled)

There is a Teacher Toolkit that accompanies the animation which includes lesson plans, assembly plans and cross-curricular activities.

 

Facing Shadows

In April 2015, seven young people who had been to a Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) for help with their depression came together, with the aim of making a short, animated film about what it is like to suffer from depression as a teenager.

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