Wellbeing guide for young minds
Good mental health is the foundation for a meaningful and fulfilling life. But adolescence can be a difficult time, which is why the health and wellbeing of young people is so important. With this guide, you’ll learn simple strategies to engage young people in conversations about mental health and teach positive coping strategies for overcoming challenges.
From identifying the need for support and talking about mental health to being a good role model and encouraging healthy habits, this guide walks you through the stages of support with practical tips and resources.
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Young people and their mental health and wellbeing
• use activities you do together, like cooking or exercising, to have conversations about how they’re feeling • if they don’t want to talk to you, ask if there’s another trusted adult they can tell or suggest professional support. Find out more tips by reading our guide.
 Commissioner for Children and Young People WA. (2015). Our Children Can’t Wait https://www.ccyp.wa.gov.au/media/1463/report-our-children-cant-wait-december-2015.pdf