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Toxic stress and the developing brain

Mine Conkbayir on the precarious process of early brain development. At a neurobiological and physiological level, children under stress cannot learn and they will fail...

Point of view: parent

Baking, dyslexia and parenthood. Alex Tait’s on a roll… I wear two hats. One that comes with being a specialist dyslexia teacher and the other,...

Eat to Beat Depression and Anxiety:

Nourish Your Way to Better Mental Health in Six Weeks Dr Drew Ramsey is a psychiatrist and specialist in the use of nutritional interventions for...

More young people are struggling with suicidal thoughts year on year,...

The Mix, the UK's leading digital youth charity has issued a new report which offers unique insight into young people's mental health in 2021....

Exploring the emotional factors relating to self-harm

Beverley Samways argues for a broader perspective when addressing self-harming behaviours for those with learning difficulties. How we think about behaviour I was with friends and...

How to evaluate ADHD symptoms in young adults

How to evaluate ADHD symptoms in young adults Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a mental disorder that can be hard to detect without...

Tackling the mental health “time-bomb”

A new campaign is seeking to galvanise a mass movement for change in children and young people’s mental health. A recent poll by YoungMinds found...

Mental health wake-up call for education

Better information and support on mental health issues must be provided within the education system in order to combat depression amongst school pupils, says...

Book Reviews

Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...

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