Child Psychology

Breaking the Stigma: Mental Health Conversations in Different Cultures

Breaking the Stigma: Mental Health Conversations in Different Cultures Mental health is a universal issue that affects individuals from various cultures and backgrounds. However, the perception and discussion surrounding mental health can differ significantly across different societies. Exploring these cultural variations is crucial in addressing the stigma associated with mental health, and promoting open conversations. […]

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Understanding the link between Childhood Trauma and Adult Addictions

Understanding the link between Childhood Trauma and Adult Addictions Childhood trauma can be defined as serious Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in which children experience a range of experiences that classify as psychological trauma including neglect, abandonment, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, and physical abuse (Lupien et al., 2009). It is widely embedded in psychological literature that

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Why is sleep important and how can I improve mine

Why is sleep important and how can I improve mine?

Why is sleep important and how can I improve mine? Sleep is a vitally important part of everybody’s life and this article will explain why that’s the case, and how you can improve your quality of sleep. You are not alone in suffering from poor quality or lack of sleep: statistics suggest that one in

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How to care for yourself while caring for others

How to care for yourself while caring for others

How to care for yourself while caring for others Are you an unpaid carer looking after a family member and finding yourself burnt out? Perhaps you are juggling caring for elderly parents with the demands of a family or career? Or maybe you are only just realising that you are an unpaid carer? This article

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Concerning Children’s Mental Health Statistics

Concerning Children’s Mental Health Statistics

Concerning Children’s Mental Health Statistics In 2022, we’re experiencing a crisis in young people’s mental health as a record number of children seek treatment for mental health disorders and services are struggling to cope. According to the data published by NHS Digital in 2020, 39.2% of 6 to 16 years olds experienced deterioration in mental

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