5 Amazing Resources for Teen Mental Health

5 Amazing Resources for Teen Mental Health


Mummy says… It is tough being a teenager these days. There is so much pressure on them from so many sources and it can seem overwhelming and almost too much for them to bear. Having two teens of my own – a boy and a girl, and a 22 year old daughter as well as Ickle Pickle, I have had a fair bit of experience in teen mental health….

5 Amazing Resources for Teen Mental Health

Before I fell pregnant with Pickle I trained to be a counsellor and one area which really interested me was teen mental health. I wanted to further my training and become a young persons counsellor in a school or college, but put all my plans on hold when I became pregnant.

My teens have each suffered mental health issues including anxiety, depression and a condition called Globus Pharyngeus which is a result of severe anxiety. We have sought help and support through various channels including school, college and our GP. We have accessed counselling and support which has been hugely beneficial.

I wanted to share with you 5 resources I have come across for teen mental health in the hope that they may help you and your teens if they are suffering.

It is so common – every day there is another article to read sharing worrying statistics about the rise in mental health problems with our teens. More and more is being done to help them, and more and more people are talking about it, but it is important that this carries on – and becomes commonplace and part of our every day discussions.

Anyway, back to my resources for teen mental health, they are all websites so can be accessed easily by you and your teens:

  1. Young Minds
  2. Living Life to the Full
  3. Mood Gym
  4. Get Self Help – CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) self help and therapy resources
  5. Meic Cymru – a helpline service for children and young people up to the age of 25 in Wales.

I hope you find these useful, do you have any resources for teen mental health you can add? Have you experienced this in your family?


  1. I wish there were as many resources as this around when I was younger. I really suffered with anxiety and depression at times. It’s hard growing up

  2. It’s really great that there are all these resources on the internet for mental health. Teens being teens, they’re probably happiest looking online for help.

  3. This is really useful. The one concern I have about my daughter as she grows is her mental wellbeing as there is so much pressure in the world today. Thanks for sharing this page.

  4. It’s so good to hear that there is support out there for teens who need it. You’re doing a great job to raise awareness. 🙂

  5. This is a very helpful list, thank you. I do worry about mine especially now they are away from home

  6. thank you so much for sharing these resources – I’m sending them on to my mum and baby sister x

  7. These Links are great, very handy for any young person suffering with mental health or parents/ guardians caring for one.

    Hope you can live your dream soon 🙂
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