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As a parent or carer of a young person, you’re closer to them than most. So, if you pick up on a worrying change in their mood or behaviour, trust your instinct and talk to us.

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It's normal to feel overwhelmed or a little low after the birth of your child. These baby blues usually pass after a few days without treatment, but it is also common to experience recognised conditions such as postpartum anxiety, depression, OCD, or PTSD - and it can happen to anyone.

Your teen's health

Your child's teenage years can be challenging. From body changes to mental health worries, to preparing for university. We're here to help you support them through life's ups and downs.

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Our blog posts cover a number of key health topics that may affect your children – such as dealing with low self-esteem, stress and loneliness.

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If you’re an individual or employer looking for more information on mental health cover as part of a health insurance policy please click the relevant button below.

What’s next

^Telephone support between 8am – 6pm Monday to Friday via a dedicated helpline.

^Calls may be recorded and to maintain the quality of our service we may monitor some of our calls, always respecting the confidentiality of the call.

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