Exams, social media and a faster pace of life are contributing to a rise in self-harm. What can we do, asks Tara Porter.
According to a leading expert, thousands of young people "fall off the cliff edge" when transitioning from child and adolescent mental health services to adult mental health services..
The drama teacher made contact with his 14-year-old pupil 18 times via Facebook, including to ask for photographs of her.
63-year-old struck off for inappropriate physical contact and comments.
Ahead of exam results day, analysis finds deaf pupils are eight times more likely to leave school with no qualifications.
Psychologists and psychiatrists speak out against Trump after he blamed mental illness for El Paso and Dayton mass shootings.
Mental Health Association Oklahoma is using technology to help detect early signs of mental health concerns among teenagers.
Using Snapchat or a phone’s editing tools, many teenagers will lightly scribble over their faces before uploading selfies online.
Online harassment is still on the rise, especially among girls, but tight education budgets are not meeting the challenge.
The Internet constantly confronts us with evidence of our past. Are we losing the chance to remake ourselves?s