Advice for young people: managing your feelings about the conflict in Ukraine

Secondary

Advice from family mental health specialists at the Anna Freud Centre on how young people can manage their feelings about the invasion of Ukraine.

This guidance and advice article is written by Dr Roslyn Law and Dr Sheila Redfern, Consultant Clinical Psychologists at the Anna Freud Centre, and published by BBC Bitesize.

The article shares five ways for young people to manage their feelings around the current conflict in Ukraine.

The five tips that the article lays out are:

  • Connect and find support
  • Find your own safe spaces
  • Stick to your routines
  • Soothe yourself
  • Find hope

Using this resource

This resource is designed for:

  • use by young people aged 11 and up
  • use by individual young people

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