BBC CiN Spring ’20 Team-Up With Comic Relief

BBC CiN Spring ’20 Team-Up With Comic Relief

One event that we didn’t comment on during the height of the initial Pandemic lockdown last spring was the fact that the annual BBC Children in Need (CiN) Telethon shifted from November back to 23rd April to join forces with the Spring Telethon Comic Relief (or Sport Relief in alternate years). The initial “night” of…

Mental Health Blogs

Mental Health Blogs

Kevin has put together what he’s calling the “The Best Mental Health Blogs We’ve Found (So Far)” over on the Blunt-Therapy website.

He was kind enough to list this little blog among the 49 blogs that are already listed, and he’s taking suggestions for more.

If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that we really need more information, education, and support, when it comes to mental health. Maybe consider checking out his list, following these bloggers on social media of through email or RSS subscriptions, and spend some quality time finding better mental health?

Links I’m Sharing (weekly) Aug 9, 2020

Links I’m Sharing (weekly) Aug 9, 2020

10 Simple Ways to Love Yourself a Little More Each Day

Can Childhood Trauma Make the Body and Brain Age Faster?

6 Ways to Survive Survivor Guilt |

Mental Health in the Digital Realm

Childhood Trauma: Types, Causes, Signs, and Treatments

Self-Care Sounds Simple, So Why Is It So Hard to Practice?

Study Confirms Asking Directly About Suicide Doesn’t Cause More Harm

What People Want to Hear When They’re Struggling

Stopping the Cycle of Trauma: Parents Need Help for Trauma Too

Mental health website for people with intellectual disability created with help of those with lived experience – ABC News

– Good, it’s not often that we think about how our sites work for those with disabilities, I’m glad there are folks working to be more inclusive.

How to Ask if Everything Is OK When It’s Clearly Not

4 Reasons Taking Things Personally Prevents Healing

Reviews Elsewhere – The A-Z of Therapeutic Parenting by Sarah Naish

Reviews Elsewhere – The A-Z of Therapeutic Parenting by Sarah Naish

I found this review by Ali about Sarah’s book. It’s not necessarily for everyone, but I think if you’re a parent of a child who has been through trauma, whether you’ve adopted them as Suzy has, or your biological child has been through trauma, this book might come in handy.: As a mum of two…

Sharing – ‘Mayo Clinic Anxiety Coach’ e-tool to help children with mental health concerns

Sharing – ‘Mayo Clinic Anxiety Coach’ e-tool to help children with mental health concerns

This is something that I do believe could be massively helpful right now, and in the future. “To address this urgent patient need, Mayo Clinic has launched an online resource, Mayo Clinic Anxiety Coach, so children and teens can work through treatment resources at home. The website contains two separate programs: Anxiety Coach to assist children…