The thrive model places emphasis on prevention and early intervention to support a young person’s mental health and wellbeing, to ensure that they can thrive. This includes the use of self-help materials. Some common wellbeing and mental health issues are explored below through self-help guides. Clicking on the tiles will direct you to information and simple self-help strategies which can be trialled to improve mental wellbeing. Each sheet includes a range of ideas so that suitable ones can be chosen.
These self-help materials have been created in conjunction with the NHS Wellbeing in Mind Team.
Apps to help support your mental health
These apps can help you support your mental health and wellbeing in conjunction with the self-help guides above. All the apps listed can be found on the NHS Apps Library, an online directory of trusted health and wellbeing apps that have been assessed to be clinically safe and secure to use. The apps listed have also been reviewed by health app evaluation and advisor organisation ORCHA.
Take control of your thoughts, feelings and behaviour with the My Possible Self mental health app. Use the simple learning modules to manage fear, anxiety and stress and tackle unhelpful thinking. Record your experiences and track symptoms to better understand your mental health.
Stress & Anxiety Companion helps you handle stress and anxiety on-the-go. Using breathing exercises, relaxing music and games designed to calm the mind, the app helps you change negative thoughts to help you better cope with life’s ups and downs.
Learn how to manage feelings like anxiety and low mood with Catch It. The app will teach you how to look at problems in a different way, turn negative thoughts into positive ones and improve your mental wellbeing.
Learn to relax, manage your worries and improve your wellbeing with Chill Panda. The app measures your heart rate and suggests tasks to suit your state of mind. Tasks include simple breathing techniques and light exercises to take your mind off your worries.
The eQuoo app uses adventure games designed by psychologists to help you increase your emotional fitness and teach you new psychological skills. You’ll also find tips on how to communicate more effectively and maintain your mental wellbeing.
ThinkNinja is a mental health app designed for 10 to 18 yr olds. Using a variety of content and tools, it allows young people to learn about mental health and emotional wellbeing and develop skills they can use to build resilience and stay well.
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