EYMH Activist Emmy, shares a wonderful opinion piece on the links between tattoos and mental health, with several 1st hand accounts.
In this blog, Beth from UK, shares her journey of mental health and how tattoos have helped that journey. This article in no way encourages people to get tattooed ( especially underage teenagers) but rather to promote acceptance and challenge the negative perception of tattooed people as well as the idea that tattoos are aContinue reading “#mentalstories – Tattoos & self-care – Beth, UK”
Read Director Nicks annual #mentalreport for 2020 and what we’re hoping to do in 2021.
Read this wonderful blog about the first ever youth focused event for young people and mental health across Europe, written by co-host for the day Lysiane
EYMH Young Activist Milos, from Serbia, shares his experience and opinions speaking at the MEP Alliance for Mental Health, 15th July, 2020 EYMH were asked to provide a speaker to take the floor first at the MEP Alliance for Mental Health meeting, who wer stating that the real second wave of the COVID-19 will relate toContinue reading “MEP Alliance for Mental Health #mentalreport”
Read more on the big organisational review happening at Euro Youth Mental Health and what is coming up for the future.
On 23rd June, some of our volunteer activists joined the Young Champions from the Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families at a focus group developing the ‘How to involve young people in psychotherapy research’ guidelines. Inga and Paulina, were 2 of the EYMH activists in attendance, and share their experiences of it below…Continue reading “How to involve young people as collaborators in psychotherapy research – #mentalreport”
As far as i remember i always felt this deep sadness within me….
Call out to young people 18-25 to impact future of youth mental health research across Europe
This WMHD we are relaunching some of platforms and recognising the theme, we are talking about this year – suicide prevention “Suicide is the leading cause of death among adolescents (10–19 years old) in low- and middle-income countries and the second leading cause in high-income countries in the European Region. In 2015, there were over 4000 deathsContinue reading “World Mental Health Day 2019”