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Mental Health: #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek

Updated: Feb 5, 2021

To mark #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek Kicsters have been sharing a number of resources to help raise awareness of mental health.

It can sometimes be difficult to talk with young people about mental health which is why we we have compiled all of our existing content to help you.


What is Mental Health?

Kicsters tell us what they think #MentalHealth is for #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek


How To Maintain Good Mental Health?

Kicsters tell us how they think we can maintain a good #MentalHealth for #ChildrensMentalHealthWeek.
Mental Health: Conversation Starters for Parents

10 Mental Health Conversation Starters For Parents

Created by is a conversation starter guide for parents. Talking about mental health to children is sometimes hard. To the point we can put off raising the subject, not wanting to unearth problems or raise overwhelming subjects that we perceive our child is too young or not ready for.

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Aditya, Walsall Youth Ambassador, has produced a guide for self-care and why it is important for everyone.

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We believe that young people should have someone to turn to if they are struggling, that is why at Kicsters we have youth workers waiting and ready to offer their support and help young people through challenging times.

Aged 10 - 18, live in Walsall and need to talk? Kicsters are here for you! Don't bottle it up - #LetsTalk



Through our Kicsters Roadshow, working with schools and youth organisations, we provide a bespoke service using innovative digital technology to explores mental health, wellbeing and resilience with young people.

Call 07935754677 or email for further info or costings.


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