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Shareable Resources about Parenting Mental Health

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Parenting Mental Health

Parenting Mental Health is a safe, supportive community and charity that helps parents of young people with mental health issues. We’d love to support parents you work with and have brought together some resources for you to share. 

We’d encourage you to send to any parents you know who have a child with a mental health issue. We know how isolating it can be and we want them to know there is help and support for them. 

If you have any questions or would like to contact us to discuss how we can help you or collaborate, please email us. We look forward to supporting you to support parents.

Refer someone to our virtual Listening Circles

If you work with a parent of a young person with a mental health issue who would benefit from some emotional support, you can refer them for a place in our Listening Circles. Please ask them to complete the form below and we will be in touch. 

Printable/Shareable A4 Poster

Please use the link below to download a printer friendly copy of our poster to help spread the word of Parenting Mental Health to vulnerable families and parents. 

Printable/Shareable A4 Poster

Please use the link below to download a digital version of our poster to help spread the word of Parenting Mental Health to vulnerable families and parents through social media channels or your website.

Printable/Shareable A6 Leaflet

Please use the link below to download a printer friendly copy of our A6 leaflet to help spread the word of Parenting Mental Health to vulnerable families and parents in your waiting rooms etc…

PMH Guide #1

“My child is addicted to their phone, what can I do?”

PMH Guide #2

“My child won’t wash or brush their teeth. What can I do?”

PMH Guide #3

“My child can’t go to school, what can I do?”

PMH Guide #4

“No one will listen to how bad my child’s mental health is. What can I do?”

“When does an eating issue become an eating disorder?”

PMH Guide #6

“My child is really anxious – how can I help them?”

PMH Guide #7

“I think my child is depressed. What do I do?”

PMH Guide #8

“My child isn’t sleeping, what can I do?”

PMH Guide #9

My well child is struggling because of their sibling’s mental health issues. How can I help them?

PMH Guide #10

“I’m struggling due to my child’s mental health, I’m exhausted, I’m Isolated and I don’t know how long I can carry on like this”

90 Second Video about PMH

Our 90 second video shares the story of parents whose children are struggling with their mental health and how PMH has supported them. For use on screens and in presentations, the video has sound and subtitles for accessibility and so it can be used without sound. 

30 Second Video about PMH

Our 30 second video is a shorter version of our video and shares the story of parents whose children are struggling with their mental health and how PMH has supported them. 
 

Join our Professional Directory

 If you are a qualified, insured counsellor or therapist who is a member of the BACP or NCS, you can list your services in our directory. Please complete the form here

Download our Logos

Relate offers practical advice and support for all types of relationships, including family relationships with partners and children. They offer counselling for parents and for young people. 

Enquire about our Talks & Workshops

We run free and paid talks and workshops for parents about how to parent a young person with a mental health issue. These can be delivered online or in person. Please register your interest by clicking the link below to email us.

Buy the Book - Never Let Go - How to Parent Your Child Through Mental Illness

Never Let Go is the book PMH Founder Suzanne Alderson wanted when she was supporting her daughter through her mental illness. It is an honest account of her experiences along with practical support about dealing with professionals, school and friends and family as well as Suzanne’s ‘Partnering’ method that she used to support her daughter to a resilient recovery. If you are looking for bulk purchases, please email us

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