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Creating a wellbeing website

A guide on how to create a wellbeing website for children and young people, their parents/carers, and those that work with them.

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A youth work guide to using Discord

A guide to using instant messaging social media platform, Discord, when engaging with children and young people.

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How to run safe and ethical online focus groups

A guide that covers how to run online focus groups with young people on a sensitive topic in an ethical and safe way.

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A guide to running online chatrooms and support groups

A guide that outlines the steps to follow to set up and run online chatrooms and support groups.

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A guide to using an AI chatbot to design and write a training session or lesson plan

Learn the steps to follow to use an AI chatbot to design and write a training session, lesson plan, or workshop.

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Holding a mental health-themed image and GIF making session [60 mins]

How to hold fun and interactive image and GIF making sessions with young people about mental health and wellbeing.

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Creating an innovative mental health signposting resource

How to create an innovative digital mental health signposting resource that is easy to access via a QR code.

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Using video counselling to support the bereaved

Sue Ryder piloted a free online service in 2018 providing counselling via video, which allowed people to access professional support from home.

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Creating a website for young people to access mental health support

YMCA had to move their Changing Futures teen mental health programme online due to COVID-19. The Changing Minds website provides a digital version of this service.

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Launching online children’s therapy to support families

Pace looked at how it could provide high-quality therapy and family support to children and young people across the country, in a way that did not expose them to increased risk of contracting

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