‘Prince Harry effect’ adds to huge rise in students reporting mental health problems The Telegraph

Lockdown-easing: “Why am I behaving like my teenage self all of a sudden? Stylist Magazine

Big T Little T TraumaPipa Gordon (podcast)

How student drug-taking reached new highs (and lows) in lockdown The Sunday Times Magazine

I’m 31 and still afraid of the dark – what’s wrong with me?’Tyla Magazine

Lockdown changed our lives for the better – now we won’t look back The Telegraph

With lockdown over – are you afraid to go out?Channel 4

Covid-19, a year on: What we’ve learnt on ZoomCity A.M.

1 in 3 teens are having sleep problems due to the pandemic Happiful Magazine

How do we best support school-aged children with their mental health?Keystone Tutors (webinar)

This is why it’s so important that we take people seriously when they say they’re self-harming, or are having thoughts of hurting themselves Glamour Magazine

On the road to recoveryBelgravia Magazine

Teachers will decide A-level and GCSE resultsHappiful Magazine

When stress becomes too muchIndependent Schools Magazine (p32-33)

How to feel less anxious Glamour Magazine

Petty fees and Covid fines are making student life even more miserable The Telegraph

Why the stress hormone puts your skin at an all-time lowEsquire Magazine

How to feel excited about the future when you can’t plan anything Stylist Magazine

Comparison Culture: “If I’m only meant to be surviving, why are people around me thriving?”Stylist Magazine

Suffering serious cabin fever on what feels like day 64817 of lockdown? Here’s how to cope, according to a psychotherapistGlamour Magazine

Covid has intensified the student mental health crisisThe Telegraph

Save our students! 20 urgent questions about University, answeredThe Telegraph

Pandemic fatigue: feeling more exhausted than ever? You’re not aloneStylist Magazine

Lockdown long haul: how to keep exercising – even when you have ‘pandemic fatigue’ The Telegraph

Your lockdown mental health toolkitEvening Standard

Coronavirus cases rise: how to tell your friends you’re feeling anxious about socialisingStylist Magazine

The Coronacoaster: Has lockdown (1&2) sent anyone else on an absolute emotional rollercoaster? Glamour Magazine

Fresher’s chats to support Freshers’ Mental Health Roar News (King’s College Newspaper)

Hugging: craving physical contact? An expert has this advice for anyone feeling frustratedStylist Magazine

How crafting can help us embrace a fresh startGreatist

Lockdown: acting and thinking like your childhood self? An expert explains why Stylist Magazine

How to eat and be happyInside My Wardrobe (podcast)

What can I do to help my child avoid Covid-19 trauma?Happiful Magazine

5 powerful and effective ways to cope with change this AutumnStylist Magazine

Coronavirus support bubbles force us to face who & what we truly missRefinery29

The power of talking and the benefit of presenting our whole self to the worldHappiful (podcast)

Managing Coronavirus: talking with teensHappiful Magazine

Stranger danger: when can we stop being scared of other people in a pandemic? The Independent

Live events are absolutely vital to our economy – and our humanityThe Overtake

Michelle Obama has talked about low-grade depression, but what exactly is it?Stylist Magazine

Working from home: experts are sharing their much-needed tips on Twitter Stylist Magazine

Would you let the stars rule your life? The women who won’t get out of bed without consulting their horoscopesThe Mail on Sunday

How to take control when Covid-19 gets your life out of balanceFriday Magazine

Grief podcasts: a therapist explains why they’re such a good healing toolStylist Magazine

Lockdown Health Maths: is isolation putting your body in debit or credit? – The Telegraph

Coronavirus identity crisis? An expert explains why you might not feel yourself in lockdown Stylist Magazine

How to manage stress and anxiety during the Coronavirus pandemic Gentleman’s Journal

5 therapists tell us how they’re coping with change as lockdown eases – Stylist Magazine

Caroline Flack’s death shows even outwardly confident people may need helpThe Scotsman