Are you interested in digital and mental health self-care?

How do you use smartphones, tablets and the Internet to look after your mental health?

How do you stay connected with other people online?

What self-care activities do you think people should be able to do digitally?

We want to find out what you think is important to about the role of digital in young people’s mental health self-care. We think it is really important to give young people like you a chance to be heard, and we want to hear in your own words about what matters to you.

What’s involved?

We aim to find out how best to support young people’s mental health self-care online.

Are you aged between 16-24 years?

Do you want to complete a brief survey (10-15 mins)?

After reading more about what is involved and agreeing to take part, you can complete a short survey on your views and experiences of digital self-care.


Who are we?

This research is insured and sponsored by University College London and funded by Nominet. The research is being carried out by researchers at the Evidence Based Practice Unit, based at University College London and Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families. This research has been reviewed and approved by University College London Research Ethics Committee (ref.: 14037/003)

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