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Childrens' emotional wellbeing site launched

3rd November 2010

A new website designed to help children cope with their emotions and find out where to get help if they are having problems has been launched by the Tavistock and Portman Foundation Trust.

The project's head, clinical psychologist Sally Hodges, said: "We are proud of the fact that this project has been led by children in Camden who have helped us develop the content at every step of the way, which we think makes the site unique. Children were especially helpful in developing our understanding of what kinds of issues primary school children are preoccupied with and how best to get information across to them."

 

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Article Information

Title: Childrens' emotional wellbeing site launched
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 16588
Date Added: 3rd Nov 2010

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