Mental Health and Wellbeing
Shiva Trust specialises in supporting Highly Sensitive children and young people to improve their Mental health. Reducing Isolation, improving Relationships, repairing Family problems, healing Trauma, overcoming Childhood conditioning, healing from Abuse; Domestic violence; feeling empowered with Gender identity; Sexual orientation; Racial identity; Prejudice; Marginalisation; Poverty; Homelessness; Depression; Anxiety; Stress; Loss; PTSD; eating disorders; OCD; Autism; Behavioural problems; Substance misuse, and most importantly improving Emotional intelligence.
Mental health problems are common, with young people in the UK having higher mental health needs than ever. 1 in 6 young people in England (aged 5 to 16) experienced a mental health problem in 2020, up from 1 in 9 in 2017. Nearly one-third of 16-24 year olds in the UK (31%) reported some evidence of depression or anxiety in 2017 to 2018.
Problems are often hidden, stigma is still widespread, and many people are not receiving support to access services. Together with substance misuse, mental illness accounts for 21.3% of the total burden of disease in England. Poor mental health is estimated to carry an economic and social cost of £105 billion a year in England. Mental health problems and suicide can be preventable. Promoting good mental health will impact on physical health and many other aspects of people’s lives.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines mental health as ‘a state of wellbeing in which the individual realises his or her abilities, can cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to his or her community’. Our mental health influences our physical health, as well as our capability to lead a healthy lifestyle and to manage and recover from physical health conditions. People with physical health problems, especially long-term conditions, are at increased risk of poor mental health – particularly depression and anxiety. Around 30% of people with any long-term physical health condition also have a mental health problem. Poor mental health, in turn, exacerbates some long-term conditions, such as chronic pain. Mental health problems start early in life. Half of all mental health problems have been established by the age of 14, rising to 75% by age 24.
Where we are Making an Impact!
Our Impact aims are to support our Young beneficiaries to become part of mainstream society, increase social inclusion, reduce harm, anxiety, fear, depression, isolation, stress, and discrimination, and help them to feel more human...
Our 5 Core Services for
Children and Young People - Life Coaching, Teaching, Training, Counselling and Mentoring
Youth Empowerment Programme for Improved Mental Health and Well being
Our School is worldwide. We have thousands of students across the globe. The school comprises of a team of expert teachers who educate and support our students to reach their full Potential. Using our ground breaking Self Actualization Profile method we help them to positively identify and achieve their life goals. We support our students with their :
- Physical Health
- Life Skills
- Emotional Intelligence
- Spiritual Welfare
- Career and Employability Skills
- And/Or Social Ethics, Values & Morals Based Skills Training