Articles from Natalie Clarke

The Importance of Safeguarding Students’ #MentalHealth

How to support students in #FE and #HE The transition from living at home to living at university can be a testing time for many young people. For education professionals it is vital they help students to feel safe in their environment and provide information on how to find help should they need it. Safeguarding students is aimed at preventing harm, not waiting until there is a problem, but creating systems that support safe mental health in the same way we create safety for children to protect them from harm happening in the first place. So, how can education professionals safeguard the mental health of their students?

Disconnect to reconnect: How gaming and social media are designed to keep young people hooked

The Cabin Group's #DigitalAddiction Roadshow in Singapore On June 18, 2018, gaming disorder was included in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) by the World Health Organisation. Hours spent gaming can adversely affect a young person's education, social development and career prospects.

The ABC of Youth Mental Health First Aid For Exam Season

Exam season is one of the most difficult times of year for young people, exam pressure can be a large source of stress and can be detrimental to the mental health of students.

Gaming Addiction: Ticking Time Bomb for UK Youth

Gaming Addiction Expert Cam Adair Tours UK's Leading Independent Boys Schools Addressing the Ticking Time Bomb that is Gaming Addiction.

Psychotherapist Noel McDermott lectures at Trinity College

This week psychotherapist Noel McDermott has been invited as a guest lecturer on Trinity College's MA social work course, he has over 30 years experience and will be using first hand experience to present a series of case histories from across the fields of health, social care, mental health and addiction to enable a discussion of the impact of social policy, politics and economics on service delivery.

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