The online world is very real for young people and where they live everyday. Knowing about what they’re doing and communicating about it helps you stay informed.
Our vision is an Ireland where every young person’s mental health is valued and supported.
Here are ten ways to support youth mental health no matter what’s going on.
Five simple things you can do every day to support your mental health.
How can you support a young person? We developed the R.A.L.L.Y. approach to support a young person’s mental health illustrated in this animation.
In the last few years cyberbullying has become an umbrella term for lots of negative behaviour online, such as bullying, trolling and online harassment.
Too much stress can make teens or young adults feel panicked or overwhelmed. Learning to manage stress though is what makes all the difference.
Emma* contacted Jigsaw about four months before her Leaving Cert exams. She had been feeling anxious for a while, but she recently had two panic attacks.
When a parent is experiencing mental health problems we can respond in lots of different ways.