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

What’s life like for children who suffer from common #mentalhealth conditions? Our real-life experience films provide a platform for young people to share their stories: https://bit.ly/2Sna1t5

#childmentalhealth #anxiety #depression #ptsd

If you’re a young person with OCD, BDD or a related condition, please get in touch via our youth helpline. Details below.

Also be sure to follow @OCDYouth on Twitter and Instagram for lots of information and inspiration! https://twitter.com/ocdyouth/status/1263106558508109824

Children with #Autism are not ill and they are capable of feeling emotion and empathy as any children do. Some children with Autism are so socially aware that they are masters of hiding their challenges from others.
https://bit.ly/3d3t2si
#mentalhealth #childmentalhealth #ASD

💭When you think of “being kind” what comes to mind first❓

💚A friend or family member who you can rely on for support? Or maybe you think of those who volunteer to help in their communities?

📚Read more: #KindnessMatters #MentalHealthAwarnessWeek https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/campaigns/mental-health-awareness-week/kindness-research

Manuela Molina has created this lovely short book to support and reassure children under the age of 7 regarding COVID-19.
https://bit.ly/35mjNkr
#coronavirus #mentalhealth

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