Gender-sensitive approaches to addressing children and young people’s emotional and mental health and wellbeing

NCB has published practice examples showing how considerations of gender can inform work to support emotional and mental health and wellbeing.

This follows our evidence review exploring how gender relates to children and young people's needs and experiences, and to parental and professional responses. Gendered issues in children's mental health include young male suicide, low self-esteem among girls and mental health inequalities faced by trans young people.

In sharing promising examples, NCB aims to help further thinking and practice in this area.

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