This film shows a group of young carers and mental health professionals discussing what treatment is available for those who are mentally ill.
This film is part of a series of group discussions on parental mental illness. If you want to watch more from this collection, you can find them on the Resources section of our website.
If you are using this film as part of a lesson or workshop, you might find the information below useful to support discussion.
In this film Dr Sadiq explains different treatments. Watch the film, then explore ideas raised; how might mindfulness help? Why would hobbies, such as art and music, be beneficial? etc.
- The two main treatments available are drugs and talking therapies.
- Activities can help, such as sport, meditation and arts and crafts.
- Mindfulness is about focusing on the present, and can be helpful in reducing stress.
Duration of film
2 minutes, 38 seconds