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11-18 year olds in the City and Hackney area now have access to free, anonymous online mental health service, Kooth
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A Thousand Ways to Therapy
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Anxiety and stress spike among children and young adults (40%) according to data from online mental health service
Best days of your life? How to give students better mental health support
Body Image: How to Focus on the Positives
Buckinghamshire Commissions Kooth for its Young People
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Counselling Childhood Exploitation
Creating a Safeguarded and Supported Online Experience
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Emotional Education: The Role of Schools in Promoting Student Wellbeing
Free Mental Health Support Available for all Children and Young People in Brent
Free Mental Health Support Now Available to Liverpool’s Young People
Free Online Counselling Brought to Young People in Sefton
Free Online Counselling Now Available to Children of the Banking Community
Free online mental health support service launched to help children and young people in Hull, East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire
Free, safe and anonymous online mental health service available to Jewish students
Free, safe digital mental health support now available for adults across Gloucestershire as a response to the Covid-19 crisis
Freedom in Anonymity
From e-safety to empowerment: How we can help young people
Green Paper on Mental Health Under Fire: Our Response
Helping Children and Young People to THRIVE
Hillingdon Commission Online Counselling Service Kooth
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How Therapy Can Help with Self-Harming Behaviours
How to Help Keep Young People Alive to the Risks of Online Exploitation
Innovating Peer-to-Peer Support
Investigating Adolescent Mental Health Literacy
Jami and online mental health services XenZone to deliver online counselling and emotional wellbeing services to the Jewish Community
Kooth Available Every Day of Christmas Holidays
Kooth Commissioned Across Teesside, County Durham and N Yorkshire
Kooth Commissioned to Provide Anonymous Online Mental Health Support to the Young People of St Helens
Kooth counsellor Jo Jamieson on gender differences in the mental health of young people
Kooth Data Shows Anxiety and Stress are Top Mental Health Issues for Students Choosing Online Counselling
Kooth Debuts Innovative New Mini Activity Hub for Children, Teenagers and Young Adults
Kooth featured in The Guardian
Kooth Issues Back to School Support Guides for Teachers and Students
Kooth Joins Forces With Five Leading Influencers to Launch #PositiveFutures Campaign Ahead of Exam Results Fortnight
Kooth Joins Shout in Partnering with Children’s Mental Health Charity Place2Be to Support Young People Throughout Covid-19 Outbreak
Kooth Mental Health Service Supports UK Theatre Tour of A Monster Calls
Kooth Online Counselling now Available for Young People in North Tyneside
Kooth Online Counselling Now Available to Young People in Southend, Essex and Thurrock
Kooth Online Counselling Service Launches in Trafford
Kooth Online Counselling Service Now Available for Free to Children and Young People in Blackburn and Darwen
Kooth Online Counselling Service Now Commissioned in Leeds
Kooth Online Counselling Service to Offer Free Support to all Young People Across South East London
Kooth Online Counselling to Launch in South Gloucestershire
Kooth Online Mental Health Service Attracting 1,700 Log-ins a Day from Young People
Kooth Online Mental Health Support Launches in NewcastleGateshead
Kooth sees Significantly Higher Increases in Suicidal Thoughts, Anxiety and Depression among BAME Young People, Compared to White Counterparts
Kooth Service Available Throughout School Holidays
Kooth Service Commissioned to Provide Free, Safe, Online Mental Health Support to Young People across Northumberland
Kooth set to improve mental health of young people in Devon
Kooth to Offer Online Mental Health Support to 250k Young People Across Birmingham During Coronavirus Outbreak and Beyond
Kooth Work Survey Finds 49% of Travel Industry Workers Invent Physical Illness to Justify Time off for Mental Health
Kooth: Online Counselling Service for Young People Launches in Sheffield
Liverpool Clinical Commissioning Group extends online mental health and wellbeing service Kooth to 10-13 year olds in response to Covid-19
Long-Term Planning for Better Long-Term Mental Health
Male Mental Health: Toxic messages start early
Mental Health Tech Pioneer XenZone Announces Tim Barker as CEO
Mental Health: to have choice, we need real options
New Data from Kooth Shows 44% of Students Presenting with Anxiety/Stress Issues
News of XenZone’s expanded senior team published in leading titles – TMT and DHN
Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust commissions online mental health support for young people in response to the Covid-19 crisis
Offering Trust and Empowerment for Exploited Young People
Our Thoughts to the Tree
Out of Hours, Anonymous Online Counselling Offered to Students at Leeds Beckett University
Over 1,200 Log-ins to Young People’s Online Counselling Service, Kooth, Every 24hrs
Over 280 Children and Young People Identify as Agender or Gender Fluid on Online Counselling Site Kooth
Policing and Mental Health: the right support
Prioritising Sleep for Better Mental Health
Qwell gains BACP Accreditation
Qwell, an online mental health and wellbeing service for adults has been commissioned in Cambridge and Peterborough
Recent Reports Demonstrate Vital Future Role for Digital Mental Health Services
Report Shows Young People Use Kooth Online Therapy Service to Set More Than 8,000 Mental Health Goals
Response to NHS Mental Health in Children and Young People Prevalence Survey
Sir Norman Lamb Hosts Mental Health Advisory Board Meeting to Discuss Digital Support During Covid-19 Outbreak
Solihull’s 11-25 Year Olds Set to Benefit from Kooth, a Free Anonymous Counselling Service
Speaking out against Child Sexual Exploitation
Students at University of the West of England First to Access Free, Online Counselling and Support Service
Suicide: Is Support Available?
Sunderland’s Youth Has Free Access to Kooth Online Counselling Service
Technology Brings Greater Accessibility to Mental Health Support
The Digital Path to Prevention: Highlights from the NHS Long Term Plan
The Real Support our Students Need
The University of the West of England’s First Year with Kooth Student
Timely digital mental health service for 11-18 year olds launches in Herefordshire amidst the coronavirus outbreak
Trafford Council Extends Online Mental Health and Wellbeing Service Kooth to 19-25 year olds in Response to Covid-19
Understanding Behaviour is the Key to Reducing School Exclusions
Understanding the Impact of Social Media on Young People
Universities: Hiring more counsellors is not the answer
University Mental Health Day
University of Manchester and XenZone Lift Bonnet on UK’s Largest Digital Mental Health Service for Young People
Waltham Forest Commissions Kooth for its Young People
What I Discovered Researching Adolescent Mental Health Literacy
Why we need Anonymity in Therapy
Why We Need To Go Boldly Where Young People Already Are
Working for Change: How Employers can Provide Mental Health Support
XenZone and The Children’s Society collaborate to remove tiers for young people
XenZone Adds to Clinical and Evaluation Expertise
XenZone Appoints Sir Norman Lamb MP as Chair of New Advisory Board
XenZone Backs Short Film Exploring Male Mental Health
XenZone Changes its Name to Kooth
XenZone data reveals spike in body image and eating difficulties as Government launch new anti-obesity campaign
XenZone Expands Board with New Appointments
XenZone Gathers Expert Views on Therapeutic Choice, Warning Against ‘One Size Fits All’ Approach
XenZone Gives Initial Response to Government Green Paper
XenZone Issues Guide to Supporting Your Child on Exam Results Day
XenZone Joins Judging Panel for HSJ Innovation in Mental Health Awards
XenZone Launches ‘The Thought Report’ to Share Latest Mental Health Thinking
XenZone Launches New Emotional Resilience Programme for Young People
XenZone Launches New Online Mental Health Service for Barnet’s Teachers 
XenZone to Provide Mental Health Support to Consultant and Trainee Social Worker Programme
XenZone Wins £1m Award to Develop Peer Support Therapy
XenZone Wins Funding to Develop Peer-to-Peer Support
XenZone Wins National Contract from CABA to Provide Mental Health Support
XenZone’s Online Mental Health Services Now Available to Everyone Over 11 Years Old on Isle of Man
Young people are 63% lonelier in lockdown, according to new Kooth data
Young People Deserve the Right Support for Eating Disorders
Young People in Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes to Benefit From Free Mental Health Support


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