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John Tomsett writes for SchoolsWeek

January 09, 2017

"If we can create a school culture where young people can understand their own minds, where they realise that they don’t have to believe everything they think, and where everyone is aware of children’s mental health in the same way we are cognisant of their physical health, then we can turn the tidal wave of mental health problems and avert this oft-proclaimed 'crisis'."

​John Tomsett, author of the forthcoming title This Much I Know About Mind Over Matter…, has written a piece for Schools Week sharing his thoughts on how those in education can turn the tidal wave of mental health problems in today’s schools.

Click here to read John’s article and here to take a closer look at his aforementioned book, in which he addresses, with refreshing honesty, the growing problem of the mental health issues experienced by children and young people, offering up a plan for averting a mental health crisis in our schools.


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