A blog from YEbE Emmy about her experiences of self-care, where we relate it to mental health and refugees, launching a study week coming soon.
As another pride month comes and goes, much celebration was had in the fact that we could be ourselves with pride in person again! Below Young, Activist Lysiane from France shares with you how representation on small screen can have a positive effect on our mental health and ability to ‘love who you are’.
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EYMH strategy launch and Meet the trustees
Studies show that pets reduce stress, anxiety and depression; ease loneliness; encourage exercise and improve your overall health. For example, people with dogs tend to have lower blood pressure and are less likely to develop heart disease. Playing with a dog, cat, or other pet can elevate levels of serotonin and dopamine, which helps calmContinue reading “Why are pets good for our mental health?”
Words are amiss in front of war and its terrible impact, including on mental health. Our hearts are with all the people affected by the war in #ukraine and we call for support, for bringing forward the voices of people with lived experience and for mental health awareness now more than ever. We see you, we hear you andContinue reading “Ukrainian-Russian youth mental health support”
Read EYMH Activist Carmen’s blog on her time as a participant at our collaborative study week ‘Mind the Gap’ 17th – 22nd June with European Network for Independent Living (ENIL) and Council of Europe (CoE). She spent the week participating with young people from across Europe discussing mental health as a disability, read on… AllContinue reading “Mind the Gap – #mentalreport”
Last month, Nick Morgan, Co-Director of Euro Youth Mental Health organised and facilitated a webinar for the European Public Health Associations ‘European Public Health Week’ 2019, the first of its kind. The webinar tackled two technological advances/introductions to the adolescents world and its impact on their mental health. Joining Nick was:- Dr Julian Childs –Continue reading “Webinar – Digital Mental Social Health Media #EUPHW”
Director Nick Morgan with an update and special mention of an article we had published in the digital publication ‘Europe in Transition – Diversity, Identity & Youth Work’ Here’s the link – https://goo.gl/cpvLtR – enjoy & share