Do you feel anxious at times?

These questions can help you to understand if anxiety affects your daily life. Depending on your responses you will be provided with further information which can help you including options for seeking support.

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Feeling nervous, anxious or on edge

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Not being able to stop or control worrying

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Worrying too much about different things

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Trouble relaxing

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Being so restless that it is hard to sit still

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Becoming easily annoyed or irritable

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Feeling afraid as if something awful might happen

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Your score suggests that you currently have good mental well-being, with no or very low level symptoms of anxiety. You may wish to look at the information and links in the Emotional Wellbeing section whilst monitoring how you are feeling.

You scored

Your score suggests that you may be feeling anxious some of the time. Follow this link to find advice and information about emotional well-being

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We would recommend that you get help and support.

You can contact your health visitor for advice or support (0208 836 8621) or make an appointment with your GP.

You can refer yourself to Talk Together Bromley (0300 003 3000) who offer free and confidential talking therapies.

If you need to speak to someone urgently please contact your GP, you can also get emergency help at your nearest Accident and Emergency department:

Princess Royal University Hospital, Farnborough Common, Orpington, Kent, BR6 8ND

Tel: 01689 863486

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Stadium Road, Woolwich, London, SE18 4QH

Tel: 020 8836 4360/1

24 Hour support:

If it is an emergency you can contact the Oxleas Mental Health Urgent Advice Line on 0800 330 8590 (24 hours, seven days a week).

The Samaritans are also available 24 hours a day on 116 123 (UK Freephone number).

 

This questionnaire is not a substitute for a full clinical assessment and if you are concerned about your health please see your doctor.

You scored

We would recommend that you get help and support.

You can contact your health visitor for advice or support (0208 836 8621) or make an appointment with your GP.

You can refer yourself to Talk Together Bromley (0300 003 3000) who offer free and confidential talking therapies.

If you need to speak to someone urgently please contact your GP, you can also get emergency help at your nearest Accident and Emergency department:

Princess Royal University Hospital, Farnborough Common, Orpington, Kent, BR6 8ND

Tel: 01689 863486

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Stadium Road, Woolwich, London, SE18 4QH

Tel: 020 8836 4360/1

24 Hour support:

If it is an emergency you can contact the Oxleas Mental Health Urgent Advice Line on 0800 330 8590 (24 hours, seven days a week).

The Samaritans are also available 24 hours a day on 116 123 (UK Freephone number).

 

This questionnaire is not a substitute for a full clinical assessment and if you are concerned about your health please see your doctor.

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Emotional Wellbeing

Social and emotional wellbeing creates the foundations for healthy behaviours and educational attainment. It can also help to prevent behavioural problems and mental health problems.

Supporting children with their emotional wellbeing helps them to have positive social interactions with others and to make friends. If left unsupported children may start to have behavioural difficulties which may lead to further issues later on in the future.

Four steps to help you dealing with a child’ emotions

1. Adult recognises the emotion.

2. Adult names the emotion for the child

3. Adult provides some comfort.

4. Adult offers a solution.

The child feels emotionally contained

These steps are great to introduce and you may already being doing them. It will show to the child that their emotion is valid and you understand them and there is a solution. Over a period of time children will gradually be able to deal with their emotions themselves.