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How do parents support their children and teenagers with social media

Season 4, Ep. 7

Today we're joined by the Psychology in Schools team, as Beth, Emily and Faye discuss social media and mental health and how parents and carers can support their children with the difficult aspects of social media.


Learn more about the team here: Search | Norfolk and Suffolk NHS (nsft.nhs.uk)


Look at parent workshops, made by the Psychology in Schools team here: Parent workshops | Norfolk and Suffolk NHS (nsft.nhs.uk)

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