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Drop-in sessions help you beat exam anxiety 25 May 2017 - 6:10pm

Exams got you feeling stressed and unable to sleep or focus?

There's free support dealing with exam anxiety at a drop-In session near you. Just turn up.



St Albans

41 Catherine Street, St Albans, AL3 5BN Tel: 01442 454060

Counsellor: Linda Wigg

Thursday 1 June, from 3-5pm

Monday 5 June, from 3-5pm

Monday 12 June, from 3-5pm

Feeling exam stress? There’s lots of help and support 17 May 2017 - 4:55pm

If you’re struggling with the way revision and exams are making you feel, there’s lots of free help and support on offer.

There are plenty of websites offering advice about revision timetables and having a good breakfast on exam day, but if you’re worried and it’s making you feel unwell, you might need some emotional wellbeing support.

Childline counselling app For Me launched 17 May 2017 - 4:20pm

Childline has launched an app to provide counselling to young people in need of help directly through their mobile devices.

The app is called 'For Me' and can be discreetly installed on your phone because if someone happens to see your phone or iPad, they can't tell it's a Childline service.

It's free, it's secure and it's designed by young people for young people.

We're backing Mental Health Awareness Week – 8-14 May 2017 4 May 2017 - 4:49pm

Healthy Young Minds in Herts is backing the Mental Health Foundation’s #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek #MHAW17, which runs from 8-14 May 2017.

On social media, we’re highlighting how young people in Hertfordshire are thriving, thanks to support from the various emotional wellbeing services available.

New team supporting new and expectant mums with mental health problems in Hertfordshire 26 April 2017 - 2:17pm

Three mums who suffered mental ill-health during pregnancy have thanked the new Hertfordshire team who supported them through their difficulties.

The trio said they received ‘invaluable’ support from the community perinatal team, which was officially launched at Hertfordshire’s second Perinatal Mental Health conference on Monday 24 April. Around 150 Hertfordshire professionals who work with expectant parents and new families attended a conference updating them on national and local developments in infant mental health and perinatal mental health.