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Key to lifelong good mental health – learn resilience in childhood

Change Is The New Normal. How Will You Handle It?

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Key to lifelong good mental health – learn resilience in childhood

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Power in positive relationships. Olga Enger/Shutterstock.com

Poor mental health among young people is on the rise in the UK, while access to support and treatment remains patchy. There is now a pressing need to build resilience in young people to minimise their risk of poor mental health later on, as our latest report argues.

There are 12.5m young people in England, and one in ten will experience poor mental health. Half of all lifelong mental health problems start before the age of 14, but only one in four young people uses mental health services. An extra 23,800 staff, at a cost of £1.77 billion, is needed so that every young person who needs mental health support can get it. In the short term, though, this is unrealistic…

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