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About Consilium

Consilium Academies is a multi-academy Trust working across the North of England. It has nine academy schools located in Yorkshire, the North West, and the North East. Consilium is dedicated to enriching lives and inspiring ambitions for both students and colleagues.

Mental Health and Wellbeing

At Heworth Grange, we are committed to supporting all students with their mental health and wellbeing. All Year groups have ‘emotional well-being’ as part of their PSE course, where different aspects of dealing with stress and staying emotionally healthy are dealt with.

Click here to view more about our PSE course and what it involves. 

Please find a list of resources below to help support you with your mental health.

If you are severely struggling please contact Mrs Mitchell through the school directly, so we can help support you further. 

Local Support

National Support

Useful Websites

 

www.divorceaid.co.uk

If you have concerns and fears relating to your parents divorce click on ‘Child Aid’ button at top of the home page and then go to the Child or Teenager section as appropriate.


www.childnet.com

The site is aimed at children and young people with advice on staying safe online, online games, chatrooms, email, and mobile phones.


 https://www.ocduk.org/

The website provides information is for young people and their families about OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)


Hope Support Services – Helping young people when someone gets sick

https://hopesupport.org.uk/

Hope is a registered UK charity that since 2009 has been supporting young people aged 5 to 25 when a close family member is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, such as cancer, Covid-19 or other disease.

Click here to view more about Hope Support Services

Useful Helplines

If you are having thoughts of suicide or are concerned for a young person who might be you can contact HOPELINEUK for confidential support and practical advice.

Runaway helpline logo

Runaway Helpline is here if you are thinking about running away, if you have already run away, or if you have been away and come back. You can also contact the Helpline if you are worried that someone else is going to run away or if they are being treated badly or abused. You can call or text for free, 24 hours a day. It’s all confidential.

 

Essential support for under 25s. Phone, Email, Web support, and Counselling. 

The Children and Young People’s Epilepsy Charity


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Helplines are open 365 days a year from 9am–8pm during the week, and 4pm–8pm on weekends and bank holidays.

Sometimes lines are busy. If you can’t get through immediately, please do try again or try one-to-one web chat.

Useful Web Apps

Mindful Gnats

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An app to help young people develop mindfulness and relaxation skills.

Click here to find out more/Download


 

MoodGYM

MoodGYM is a free, fun, interactive program to help young people with low mood. Based on cognitive behaviour and interpersonal therapy, it consists of five modules, which help you to explore:

– Why you feel the way you do
– Changing the way you think
– Knowing what makes you upset
– Assertiveness and interpersonal skills training

Click here to find out more/Download


 

SmilingMind

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SmilingMind is modern meditation for young people from 7 years up. It is a free web and App-based program, designed to help bring balance to young lives. Smiling Mind was created in Australia and is aimed at helping young people de-stress and stay calm. There are tailored programmes for different age groups.

Click here to find out more/Download


 

Mood Tracker

Mood Tracker

A website/app which lets you track moods and sleep patterns helping to manage depression, anxiety or bipolar disorder.

Click here to find out more/Download


 

Rise Up + Recover

Recovery Warriors - Eating Disorder Recovery Resource Hub

Rise Up + Recover is just the app for you if you are struggling with food, dieting, exercise and body image. Based off self-monitoring homework, a cornerstone of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), it is a simple and convenient app that has been used millions of time around the world.

Click here to find out more/Download


SuperBetter

SuperBetter

SuperBetter is a free web and app based programme created by game designers. Playing SuperBetter helps build personal resilience: the ability to stay strong, motivated, and optimistic even in the face of difficult challenges. Resilience has a powerful effect on health – by boosting physical and emotional well-being. SuperBetter is for young people over the age of 13 who want to feel happier, healthier, and more able to reach their goals.

Click here to find out more/Download

Useful Apps From the App/Play Store

Apart of Me: Free

An app designed by grief experts and young people to help with bereavement.


Catch it: Free

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Learn how to manage feelings like anxiety and depression with Catch It. The app will teach you how to look at problems in a different way, turn negative thoughts into positive ones and improve your mental wellbeing.


Calm Harm: Free

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Calm Harm is an app designed to help people resist or manage the urge to self-harm. It’s private and password protected.


eQuoo: Emotional Fitness GameFree, with in-app purchases

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The eQuoo app uses adventure games designed by psychologists to help you increase your emotional fitness and teach you new psychological skills. You’ll also find tips on how to communicate more effectively and maintain your mental wellbeing. 


Stress & Anxiety CompanionFree, with in-app purchases

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Stress & Anxiety Companion helps you handle stress and anxiety on-the-go. Using breathing exercises, relaxing music and games designed to calm the mind, the app helps you change negative thoughts to help you better cope with life’s ups and downs. 


My Possible Self: The Mental Health AppFree, with in-app purchases

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Take control of your thoughts, feelings and behaviour with the My Possible Self mental health app. Use the simple learning modules to manage fear, anxiety and stress and tackle unhelpful thinking. Record your experiences and track symptoms to better understand your mental health.