Mental Health Advice and Support
There are lots of helplines and support groups for mental health and wellbeing. Some are specific to an issue, others give general advice and support to families.
There are many types of mental health issues. Listed here are the most common ones. It is always best to start by talking to your GP as mental health is complex and your child's anxieties may be a combination of factors.
The most important thing to do if you are worried about your child or teenager is to seek advice from a professional such as a GP, Educational Psychologist, Counsellor or talk to someone from the many support groups available for free.