BeingMe Scotland is constantly developing. Follow our blog to keep up to date about what is going on, the latest research and advice on supporting well-being in teens.
APPA Scotland is constantly developing. Follow our blog to keep up to date about what is going on, the latest research and advice on supporting well-being in teens.
100% of teachers said that they would recommend the use of BeingMe to others! It couldn’t get better than that!
What should you know? Aberdeen City Educational Psychology Service conducted various types of primary research to ascertain whether BeingMe yielded good results, in terms of positively impacting the current epidemic of spikes in poor mental health and well-being in...read more
Can you believe it?! (We can!) We've only gone and progressed to the FINAL of Scottish EDGE's funding competition- we couldn't be more thrilled! Next, we'll be presenting an explanation of the unbelievable ways BeingMe can transform current practice in mental health...read more
Guess what?! We’ve progressed to the semi-final of Scottish EDGE competition and we are so excited! Next, in the final stages, we’ll be explaining the amazing ways BeingMe can transform the world of mental health for young people.read more
“Having to Move House Due To a Flood”: The experiences of Young People Transitioning from Child and Adolescent to Adult Mental Health Services
Discussed more frequently in parliament, than in daily life, is the process of transitioning from Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS), to Adult Mental Health Services (AMHS). This post, drawing on research, will discuss the current issues with the...read more
Trial Statistics: Well-being in Young People In 2018 BeingMe Scotland ran trials to validate our in-depth SHANNARI40® assessment. These trials involved over a thousand students aged eleven to nineteen and five schools across the UK. The purpose of this...read more
Researching, as I do, the well-being of young people and adolescents, it is easy to overlook the mental health of those that come into contact with them on a daily basis at school. In May 2018, The Guardian (Burned out: why are so many teachers quitting or...read more