28 October 2022

Mental Health Europe Workshop at LevelUp! 2022

Thank you for joining us at our “Young People at the centre of their mental health journeys” workshop at LevelUp! 2022


MHE is expanding it’s work with young people through its Youth Task Force and new & exciting initiatives, if this is something you would like to be a part of, don’t hesitate to fill out our contact form and we will gladly share some more information.


Young adulthood is a stressful time of life. Even in normal circumstances as many as one in five young people from 15–24 experience significant psychological distress in any given year and surveys indicate that during the COVID-19 pandemic this may have increased further with experiences of depression,anxiety and loneliness being even higher than in adults. Moreover, around half of the mental health problems affecting individuals in adulthood have their onset during adolescence.


You can find some additional resources below;

Short Guide for Young Adults on Mental Health

With a significant rise in instances of mental health issues as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, more and more young adults will seek mental health support during their transitional period to adulthood. This can often be a daunting and difficult task to undertake. In Mental Health Europe’s (MHE) latest instalment of Short Guides we have compiled some advice how to navigate some of the complexities that one or a loved one might come across on this mental health journey.

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Young people and mental health (Infographic)

Mental Health Europe released a new infographic with guidance on how to promote young people’s mental health. The infographic outlines recognized risks for adolescent mental health and explains what can be done so that adolescents have the opportunity to thrive.

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Mental Health Helplines

Mental Health Europe (MHE) created a map of helplines and services to support your mental health during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond. Information from 36 European countries was gathered with the valuable support of MHE members and the European Federation of Psychology Students’ Associations (EFPSA).

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