The focus groups emphasised that e-Therapies should be part of a package of care and not a replacement for face-to-face therapies.This is a new and very promising way of providing therapy for children and young people.For general information in this area, we recommend: Rationale for a resilience building approach Digital resilience building is everyone’s responsibility Although knowledge of risks and adult supervision is important, the more controlled and moderated young people’s digital use, the less likely it is that young people will build resilience to online risk.
The education and knowledge provided is instrumental in breaking down stigma and maximising the life chances for all children and young people.
Mind Ed offers free, completely open access, online education in over 300 topics.
Creating an account means that your activity will be recorded in a personal learning account.
It also means you have the option to print certificates to evidence your learning.
The more actively you reflect on the cases and different learning materials in Mind Ed, the better equipped you will become to support the development of young healthy minds.
If you are aware of a child or young person at serious risk of harm you should contact your local support services immediately.With three-quarters of adult mental disorders in evidence by the age of 21, effective early intervention can be essential in preventing the development of ill health and disability.Mind Ed provides accessible, engaging online training in emotional and behavioural ‘first aid’ and essential therapeutic skills for all those involved in the mental wellbeing and care of children and young people in the UK.Our e-learning is applicable to a wide range of learners across the health, social care, education, criminal justice and community settings.Minded was developed by a consortium of partner organisations and funding by the Department of Health, the Department for Education and Health Education England.The NCCMH conducted a literature review following the protocol used for NICE clinical guidelines.