Binge eating disorder: a parent's guide
Three children in every classroom has a diagnosable mental health issue. Read our advice form Place2Be to help your child if they are one of them
What does good mental health look like when it comes to young people? Parent Info offers insight for parents from YoungMinds
Advice for parents from Young Minds on helping your child if they’re depressed
Panic attacks in children: a parent’s guide from Dr Bijal Chheda-Varma, clinical psychologist at Nightingale Hospital
Natasha Devon, former Government Mental Health Champion for Schools, offers advice on how to help your child
1 in 10 children will experience a mental health problem. Here's how to help them
Video: Claire Usiskin from YoungMinds talks about warning signs parents should look for and how you can respond if you're concerned about your child's mental health
What do you do when you discover your child is self-harming? Consultant psychiatrist Dr Andrew Hill-Smith offers advice on how you can help your child
Seeing your child scratching, biting, hitting or banging their head can be incredibly distressing - but it's a not uncommon experience for parents of children with intellectual disabilities. Cerebra explain self-injury and what parents can do.
Why do young people self harm and what can you do to help them?
The number of boys self-harming is rising. Here’s what parents need to know
Ged Flynn of Papyrus, the national charity dedicated to the prevention of young suicide, outlines what parents need to know if their child tries to take their life
There has been substantial media coverage of the Netflix Series 13 Reasons Why. The drama has been accused of inaccurately portraying, or even glamourising, suicide. Dr Alys Cole-King Clinical Director, of the Social Enterprise Connecting with People, and Dr Stan Kutcher, Sun Life Financial Chair in Adolescent Mental Health, offer advice to parents on talking to their children about the programme and its difficult subject matter
Homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying is sadly very common in schools. Read Stonewall’s advice on how to help your child if they're on the receiving end AND what to do if your child is among the bullies
Stonewall explains how language and other behaviours can cause distress and longterm harm for LGBTQ+ children at school – and what parents can do to stop it
Practical advice for parents on bullying, cyberbullying, LGBTQ+ bullying and what to do if your child has been bullying someone else
Dealing with in-game abuse can be extremely upsetting, distressing and draining. Liam Hacket from anti-bullying charity Ditch the Label gives advice on what your child should do if they are being subjected to in-game bullying
Alex Holmes, deputy CEO of the Diana Award, offers advice on how to recognise bullying and what to do if your child is affected
Alex Holmes, anti-bullying programme manager for the Diana Award, outlines some useful things to do if your child is being bullied online or off
Alex Holmes, the Diana Award anti-bullying programme manager, was previously a victim of bullying and now runs the anti-bullying ambassadors programme. In this video, he explains what cyberbullying is, why it hurts - and what you can do about it.
Scotland's anti-bullying service, Respect Me, offers parents advice on how to help children caught up in bullying behaviour online or off
Scotland's anti-bullying service, Respect Me, offers parents advice on how to help children caught up in bullying behaviour
National children’s charity, Kidscape, offers parents tips on how to help their children sif they are being bullied.
Ten tips for talking to teachers if your child is being bullied at school.
It's unusual for young people with eating disorders to get better on their own. Here's our roundup of treatments available on the NHS and from other support services.
A parent’s guide to pro-ana and pro-mia websites. What effect could they have on your child if they have an eating disorder?
Anorexia is a serious disease that can affect children and young people and sufferers are often secretive about their suffering. We explain how to spot the symptoms and what to do if you're concerned about your child
The number of young people treated in hospital for eating disorders is rising. Here are some tips for talking to your child on the subject
Is the internet causing young people’s eating disorders? We talk to Beat's Rebecca Field to find out
Bulimia is the most common eating disorder. Here's Dr Pooky Knightsmith's advice on how to tell if your child is affected – and where to get help.
Hospital admissions for eating disorders among young people have almost doubled in three years. Here, Priory offers advice to parents on supporting your child's recovery