Children’s Mental Health Support Liverpool

Children’s Mental Health Support Liverpool

There is now doubt there is a mental health crisis within the UK for young people and support is lacking. The Arty Buddha’s mission is to enhance children’s mental health and wellbeing throughout Liverpool and the greater Liverpool City Region, including Wirral, by providing support designed to boost young people’s self-confidence and self-esteem while easing their symptoms of depression, stress, and anxiety.

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More than ever, we must combat the stigma associated with children’s mental health and it affects older children, those in their teenage years and very young children. To achieve this, we offer a setting where constructive conversations about mental health can take place in a non-clinical, non-judgmental environment through a variety of useful, proactive assistance and programmes. Every one of our sessions is one-on-one.

We are committed to preventing children and young people from feeling as though they have no choice but to commit suicide, or GP through life experiencing anxiety, depression, or from having doubts about their own value. We want to make sure that kids in Liverpool have a safe, judgment-free environment where they may improve their mental health while fighting the stigma and removing obstacles. This is especially important because waiting lists for mental health services are growing.

Stress, loss, breakups, trauma, and loneliness are common life experiences that can create feelings of melancholy, anxiety, and hopelessness. In other cases, there may be no apparent cause for our feelings, which can be frustrating and confusing. It’s important to keep in mind that assistance is available.

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Why we are concentrating on the mental health of children and adolescents?:

All mental health issues should be treated effectively and with ease by children’s and young people’s mental health services in Liverpool.

Children and adolescents claim that they desire mental health care that: adopts an integrated child, youth, and family-friendly approach; recognises their needs as they perceive them; makes them feel supported; emphasises the positives; and helps them cope.

Child depression is on the rise: Social media, Covid lockdown have given rise to childhood mental disorders.

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What we do


One in ten kids and teenagers, or three in every class, have a diagnosable mental health issue between the ages of 5 and 15 years.

Between 1 in 12 and 1 in 15 children and adolescents intentionally injure themselves; admissions have grown by 68% over the past ten years.

Prior to the age of 14, half of all adult mental illnesses begin in children.

The first sign of 75% of lifetime mental health illnesses appears before the age of 18.

What The Arty Buddha can help with:

  • Helping children struggling wth negative thoughts
  • Help children with an eating disorder
  • General mental disorders such as behavioural and feeling sad
  • When a traditional mental health professional support hasn’t worked
  • Separation anxiety when parents have split up
  • Help them not to feel anxious
  • When they have no interests or lost interest in their friends and hobbies
  • Eating disorders
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Wating to self harm
  • Learning how to cope with difficulties