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HSE article for Support

Supports for young people

The services listed here provide mental health information and support for young people.

Supports for carers, family and friends

When you're worried about someone else, it's important to look after your own mental health too.

Reasons to get help for your mental health

Making the decision to seek out help for mental health isn't always easy. Sometimes, there are some reasons to get help that stick out more than others.

  • Dealing with jealousy

    There are some practical and positive things you can do to overcome your jealousy.

  • Questions to ask mental health professionals

    It's helpful to write a list of questions before meeting with any of the team involved in your care and recovery. This can reduce anxiety and make the best use of valuable time.

  • Talk about how you feel

    When you're upset, it can help to talk about what you are going through. Talking to someone about what's troubling you can make a big difference to how you feel.

  • Therapies: talking and self-help

    For some problems and conditions, one type of talking therapy may be better than another. Different talking therapies also suit different people.