HandsOnScotland is an online resource for anybody working with children and young people. The website provides practical information and techniques on how to respond helpfully to children and young people's troubling behaviour, build up their self-esteem and promote their positive mental wellbeing.
HeadsUpScotland works in the field of children and young peoples mental health, they aim to ensure that all three of the following are addressed:
- mental health promotion for all
- prevention of mental health difficulties for vulnerable groups e.g. Looked After and Accommodated Children, children of homeless families, children with chronic illness etc and
- ensuring that those Children and Young People who are mentally ill not only have adequate services but also have their mental health improvement needs attended to.
Principle purpose is to promote the health and wellbeing of people who experience mental health difficulties by providing an extensive range of services and by working in partnership with others.
Our website provides information and resources to support health improvement practitioners and organisations working with us to improve Scotland's health and reduce inequalities.
Healthtalkonline contains interviews with people who have experienced bereavement, sometimes in particularly difficult circumstances.
Here you will find out about healthy eating and physical activity, and how small changes can lead to big benefits. A poor diet and inactivity can lead to health problems, but by taking on board our healthy eating advice and physical activity tips you will soon see yourself on the way to a healthier lifestyle.
Improving young people's sexual health and relationships through partnership working.
The underlying aim of the Scottish Centre, as set out in our Business Plan is to provide national support and a range of high quality services to employees, employers and those wishing to enter the world of work to improve overall health, wellbeing and fitness for work.
If you hear voices HVN can help we are committed to helping people who hear voices. Our reputation is growing as the limitations of a solely medical approach to voices become better known. Psychiatry refers to hearing voices as 'auditory hallucinations' but our research shows that there are many explanations for hearing voices. Many people begin to hear voices as a result of extreme stress or trauma.
Highland Community Care Forum (HCCF), has, over the past 20 years built up a portfolio of services for carers including young carers, people with mental health problems, people with learning and physical disabilities and older people. HCCF adopts a community development approach and works in remote, rural and urban localities across the Highland area.
The Hypnotherapy Directory lists full profiles of hypnotherapists, detailing the different types of hypnotherapy offered, the fees they charge and their background information. Individuals searching for a hypnotherapist may not know much about how or why it works, or what problems hypnotherapy can help with. Therefore the more information available on hypnotherapists profiles, the more individuals seeking help will understand about the treatment, and the more likely theyll be to try hypnotherapy.