Over a quarter of students have reported suffering with mental health problems, but what is the reason for this, and is there something we can do?
The rise of drug culture in the UK has seeped into youth culture, to the point where popular rites of passage for young people are now laced with the dangers associated with drugs.
Moving to secondary school can fuel negative image issues for children desperately trying to "fit in". Priory's Dr Jasti provides top tips on how to ease the transition.
There is mounting anecdotal evidence to suggest the use of ‘smart drugs’ is increasing, particularly amongst young people such as students. Priory looks at the dangers and drawbacks involved.
It is one of the most stressful times in your child's life (and yours too). With exam season looming, Priory's Dr Hayley Van Zwanenberg has drawn up a list of ways parents can help calm their children - and even use some of the tips themselves in their daily work life.
Priory's Dr Hayley Van Zwanenberg, Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist from Woodbourne Priory Hospital, provides advice for parents who may be concerned their child is affected by sexting.
For 'University Mental Health Day 2016', we spoke to Jenna Sellis, a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist at the Priory Wellbeing Centre Birmingham who discussed with us the mental health challenges faced by students and how they can be supported through this crucial time in their lives.