The guidance is for professionals and practitioners that support children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing, to build awareness of common challenges and to share knowledge and resources. 

It was shared at the CORC Forum 2023.

In this guidance, we explore ways to respond to challenges in language accessibility, the impact of stigma associated with mental ill-health and specific cultural challenges related to trust in services and institutions. We also explore some of the issues associated with the development of some outcome measures, and their applicability and accuracy when used with young people from minoritised backgrounds.   

Download the guidance here.

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