Mental health in young people

Today a national survey by Mind and the Lucy Rayner Foundation has revealed that 44 percent of 18 to 24 year olds believe they have a mental health problem. Shockingly, half would keep their mental health problem a secret or lie about it.

Joining us today is Becky Rayner, whose sister, Lucy took her own life at the age of 22 after secretly struggling with her mental health.

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Young people and mental health phone-in

Do you think your child is displaying symptoms of a mental illness but you're confused about how to help them? Perhaps you're a young person suffering and feel you have got no one to talk to? We want to hear from you. Clinical psychologist Dr Anna Colton is here to take your calls. Confidentiality is guaranteed.

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