Emotional Health and Wellbeing Information

At Hayes we recognise that there are times when it is possible that you may need some extra support and help to manage unfamiliar situations and feelings. The Hayes pastoral team is well experienced and able to provide some support in school however, the following websites may be useful if you need additional support and guidance. Whilst we aim to support in every way we can, there is a wide range of external support available which maybe a good starting point for you.

If you wish to discuss further please contact a member of the pastoral team or email wellbeing@hayes.bromley.sch.uk

Adolescent Mental Health

Anna Freud Resource - Talking Mental Health with Young People

Anna Freud Resource - 7 Ways to support young people with Anxiety

Bromley Y for counselling support, group support and family therapy

Kooth - Online Mental Health Support

Papyrus - Suicide Prevention for young people

Young Minds - supporting children and young people with emotional health and wellbeing concerns, offering a wide range of resources across a whole spectrum of issues affecting children and young people

Bereavement

The Candle Project – St Christophers- supporting children and young people through loss and bereavement

Cruse Bereavement Care

Young Minds Grief and Loss

Drug and Alcohol Support

Bromley Changes - Drug and alcohol support for young people

NHS - Drug addiction support

Support Line - London based charity offering support

Talk to Frank - Drug use support

Turning Point - Alcohol and drug support

Domestic Violence

National Domestic Abuse Helpline

Womens Aid

NSPCC - Domestic Abuse

Eating Disorders

ABC - Anorexia and Bulimia Care

Beat - Eating Disorder Charity

Mind - Eating Disorder Support

NHS - Eating Disorder Support 

Family Support

Family Lives - National charity providing support for all aspects of family life

Gender and Sexuality

NHS information for parents of children who may be transgender or nonbinary

Young Minds information for parents supporting their children through gender identity issues

Young Stonewall for young LGBTQ people

The Proud Trust - home of LGBT+ Youth