Learning about Children’s Mental Health through Film

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Our films illustrate the behaviours common in different mental health conditions in children along with explanations for them, and information as to how to follow up and get help.

We also provide downloadable fact sheets explaining different conditions with information about their symptoms and advice on how to get help.

An Introduction to

ADHD in Children

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An Introduction to

Anxiety in Children

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An Introduction to

Conduct Disorders in Children

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An Introduction to

Depression in Children

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An Introduction to

OCD in Children

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An Introduction to

PTSD in Children

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About us

We are Nip in the Bud®

Nip in the Bud® works with mental health organisations to produce short films and other resources to assist parents, educationalists and others to learn about mental health conditions in children.

About one in ten children aged between five and sixteen are diagnosed with a mental health problem every year, and seventy five per cent of mental illness is thought to start before the age of 18.

mental health conditions in children

Contact us

hello@nipinthebud.org       PO Box 70513, London N20 2DJ

As Claire Keilty explains children’s awareness of mental health is rising, but are we making sure our schools are as informed as possible?

To find out more about the symptoms of children who are experiencing anxiety conditions watch our films - linkt.ree in bio

Dr Tess Crombie is another of the great experts that we work with to provide our audience with evidence-based child psychiatric expertise.

BBC Radio 4's One to One programme with Gazal Jones talking to @Tuppence Middleton about OCD & Tuppence's experience of living with OCD is vital listening. To find out more about our resources to help carers spot early signs of OCD via our Linkt.ree https://bbc.in/3wOIfIB

Anxiety disorders differ from regular developmental anxiety that children experience. Find out more in our films about anxiety in children.

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