We All Have Mental Health (Subtitled)

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We All Have Mental Health is an animation designed to give young people aged 11-14 a common language and understanding of what we mean by mental health and how we can look after it.
It has been created for young people in Key stage 3 and can be used with accompanying teaching resources.

Watch the non-subtitled version here:
Watch the Behind the scenes video here:

20 Comments
  1. Daniela Alonzo says

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  2. Francis Mausley says

    “There are two ways of healing sickness, material means and spiritual means. The first is by the treatment of physicians; the second consisteth in prayers offered by the spiritual ones to God and in turning to Him. Both means should be used and practised.” “an illness caused by affliction, fear, nervous impressions, will be healed more effectively by spiritual rather than by physical treatment.” ~ Health, Healing and Nutrition, Baha'i Faith

  3. Rosemary says

    Bruh I love Sasha's voice

  4. Umar Farooq says

    Can I use a part of this video in my video

  5. Suresh sijapati says

    Thx for the video

  6. Suresh sijapati says

    Yeah

  7. saba kiani says

    https://youtu.be/VUiGzBHomjs

  8. My Bloody Brain Podcast says

    Love this video so much

  9. 하늘천땅지가마솥에누룽지 says

    아 온라인 개학 숙제-ㅁ-

  10. Ji Ji Squad says

    Why don’t you just turn on subtitles in the original version?

  11. taishmina ahmed says

    Good video!!

  12. hooria nadeem says

    great video , i loved it !!!! and its animation is sooo cute!!!!

  13. Samina Faisal - 38093/Coordinator/BSKT says

    so educational

  14. dawood ibrahim says

    wow… i don't know what to say, best video ever… music?

  15. roger roger says

    moo

  16. Jill Curry says

    This is a good intro video and I am going to embed it into my 7th grade google classroom on Mental Health. Thanks!

  17. фрид • says

    I’m actually crying This is so cute

  18. StarSister says

    Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255

  19. Nana Natasha says

    Check out my journey towards being mentally sane, I've realized that i can't hold my feelings in anymore because its starting to mentally drain me. So please subscribe and follow my journeyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rp4nQIfz18o

  20. Pat Sowa says

    This is a great resource but it would be even better if it mentioned the need for professional help for depression if it doesn't get better and suicide risk and Hopeline for those who need it

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