Book now for our 3rd annual conference!

Mind Body Soul: Finding your Safe Place SAFAPLACE CONFERENCE 2020 Saturday 21 November 2020 Online via Hopin https://hopin.to/events/safaplace-conference-2020-mind-body-soul-finding-your-safe-place Booking is now open for the third annual conference online on Saturday 21 November. This year’s theme is Mind Body Soul: Finding your Safe Place. The free conference, which will be hosted on the online platform, Hopin,Continue reading Book now for our 3rd annual conference!

Keep the Date! Online Safaplace conference 21st November

Safaplace Conference Saturday 21 November 2020 Online via Hopin Keynote by David Weaver, President of the BACP Safaplace, the young people’s mental health charity, is to host its third annual conference online on Saturday 21 November. This year’s theme is Mind, Body, Soul: Finding your Safe Place. The free conference, which will be hosted onContinue reading Keep the Date! Online Safaplace conference 21st November

University of West London shares study skills guidance to support new students

With many young people settling in to University life during this pandemic, it seemed timely to share guidance written by Emma Carlile and Aires Portas from the University of West London. They have put together an in-depth study skills guide focusing primarily on time management and stress management for students, which they have very kindlyContinue reading University of West London shares study skills guidance to support new students

New survey Finds that Depression in British adults has doubled during coronavirus crisis

A recent survey commissioned by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) had found that almost 20% of people in the UK have experienced depression during the coronavirus crisis, with female, younger and disabled adults most affected. The dramatic deterioration in the nations’s mental health, according to the survey, has been variously linked to factors includingContinue reading New survey Finds that Depression in British adults has doubled during coronavirus crisis

Kooth research indicates that Covid-19 affects BAME youth mental health more than white peers.

Data from one of the biggest providers of NHS-funded online mental health support shows that the mental wellbeing of children and young people of BAME origin has been affected disproportionately over the last three months compared with their white counterparts. For more information on this research (as reported in the Guardian on June 21st 2020)Continue reading Kooth research indicates that Covid-19 affects BAME youth mental health more than white peers.