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#Raise The Volume: An-other's Mind

An-other’s Mind  (an experience of a therapeutic relationship) We sit, once a week, angled slightly away from each other We are three feet apart, yet between us swashes a sea-swirled ravine My jagged-edged island and…

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#RaiseTheVolume: The Scars Of Your Past

The Scars Of Your Past is written by Beth-Anne Logan. Beth-Anne is 19 and passionate about evoking positive change for young people. She is board member for ‘Children’s Hearings Scotland’ and is currently studying social…

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#Raise The Volume: Reflections

6th June 2017 It’s been a while, I can’t even remember what it’s like to dream. I’m finding it hard to sleep, too stressed out. I suffer with the silence with my hurts. My problems are…

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#Raise The Volume: Where Will I Find Stillness?

Shared with by Sinead, aged 10. An incredibly insightful piece of work that goes beyond the written word and delves deep into the inner world. Thank you to Sinead and her family for allowing us…

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Raise The Volume: A Teen's Life Story

/wp-content/uploads/A-Teens-Life-Story.mp4 This fantastic film was made and kindly shared with us by a 13 year old anonymous teen. If you are a child or young person who needs help, please call ChildLine on 0800 1111 or visit their website www.childline.org.uk  

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#Raise The Volume: You Don't Know

How it feels like to be me. Written by Millie aged 14  

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#Raise The Volume: 6 Things I Wish Adults Knew About Teen Mental Health

Written by Jo Greenaway, a young person passionate about stamping out the stigma surrounding mental health issues. Follow Jo on Twitter @just_joAPFYT or if you are a teen, join her Facebook page ‘A Penny for…

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Attachment: What is it and why does it matter?

Research from Harvard University tells us that, in the first few years of life, babies’ brains are making 1 million connections per second – that’s 60 million per minute! The more something happens in a…

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Bite Size: Attachment Strategy

Children facing threat or the absence of love and protection will organise their behaviour so that the danger is reduced. This begins in infancy and becomes the child’s attachment strategy. Attachment strategies are all about…

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Inside: Blocked Care

A view from inside ‘Blocked Care’ by an Adoptive Parent.  Will anyone notice if I don’t brush your teeth? Have I made us invisible enough that anyone would even notice? My desire to be unseen feels powerful, like…

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