Are you currently in crisis?
If you feel like you may attempt suicide, or have seriously hurt yourself, this is an emergency requiring immediate support. Call 999 now and ask for an ambulance. Tell an adult you trust who can offer additional help.
Browse some of our current resources below.
Monthly Mood Tracker
Keep on top of your feelings. Record when you are feeling happy, sad, upset or confused. In addition, you could journal your feelings, which include possible triggers to these emotions.
My Anxiety Attack Plan
Knowing what triggers an anxiety attack and identifying coping strategies is key in reducing the length and severity of a panic attack. Use this worksheet to help.
MOTS Change Makers
Want to further your skills and understanding on mental health, support friends and challenge stigma – become a Change Maker today, to continue the MOTS mission.
Daily Mood Tracker
Write down what activities make you sad, board, normal, happy or cheerful. Find ways to make those activities more fun… and what activities trigger your emotions negatively.
Urgent Mental Health Services
Are you looking for a mental health service? Click the below link, which will direct you to the nearest service to support you and your mental health.
Box breathing, also known as square breathing, is a simple and effective relaxation technique that involves a specific pattern of breath control. It is often used to manage stress.
Sticking to a timetable can help keep you focused, add rewards to your busy school timetable. Remember to block out time for just you, in your weekly timetable. Download and print out.
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services is a NHS service that assess and treat young people with their mental health. A GP, teacher, parent/guardian.
Training Day Pocket Guide
Our pocket size mental health guide includes useful self-help tips, signposting and information on depression, anxiety, social media and exam stress. We provide this to all schools, MOTS visit.
Helplines and Additional Support
Share your story
If you have recently experienced mental ill-health, or have an existing diagnosis of mental illness we are keen to hear from you.
Your story may include how you first got help, who supports you, how you support yourself, your experience in school and how you are now, compared to when you first started experiencing mental ill-health.