New short film launches Barnet young people’s mental health campaign

A new short online film features the mental health message ‘talk about it’.

A youtube screen grab of the title card of the short film reading 'Talk About It'
The new short film is available online

A new online film encourages young people in Barnet to talk about their feelings and to seek mental health support if they need it.

‘Don’t Hide Your Mind – Talk About It’ features three young people and underlines the message that mental health is a spectrum and that everyone has good days and bad days.

A webpage linked to the film provides links and information about mental health and seeking help.

The webpage was created by Barnet Integrated Clinical Services (BICS), who support children’s and young people’s mental health and wellbeing in the borough.  BICS offer a range of resources, alongside groups and workshops.  

The Talk About It webpage can be found here .  The new video is below.

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