Wellbeing and Mental Health Awareness
Welcome to the Hugh Christie Wellbeing & Mental Health page.
These resources are dedicated to children and young people’s general mental health and well-being, with a particular focus on mindfulness in developing coping skills in young people.
Student Space is here for students through the coronavirus. However, you’re feeling, help and guidance are available. Explore a range of trusted information, services and tools to help you with the challenges of student life.
SafeSpot is an iPhone and Android app that promotes positive mental well-being in children and young people and has been designed to help children and young people with their coping skills.
Calm Harm is an app designed to help resist or manage the urge to self-harm.
Catch It is an app to help manage feelings like anxiety and depression and improve mental well-being.
Thrive is an app that helps prevent and manage stress, anxiety and related conditions.
Wellbeing and Mindfulness Coordinator:
Mr Matt Heather
01732 353544 Ext. 285
Need support now? Text Kent to 85258 for in-the-moment help.
We are here for everyone, any age, 24/7.
Kent Children & Young People's Single Point of Access.
For children aged 4-19 struggling with their emotional health.
If you are concerned about a young person's mental health and not sure what help is needed. Call the Single Point of Access (SPA)
Get support. Take control. Feel better.
For young people aged 16-18 in need of mental health support, including online counselling.
Share experiences in a safe, anonymous space. Benefit from practical well-being tools and resources. Gain access in minutes, available all day, every day.
If you’re feeling lonely, stressed, worried or just not yourself, on Togetherall you can get support and start to feel better.