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#MHBullying

Mental health outcomes of bullying: Animation

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Published on Nov 13, 2018

An animation based on a policy brief by Louise Arseneault and Ali Hussain highlights how mental health problems in children and young people that are at risk can be limited through providing more targeted support.

The animation was created in collaboration with the Policy Institute at King’s and Young Research Advisers from the National Children’s Bureau. The animation pairs creative drawing with a young person’s narration on how strengthened interventions can limit the harm associated with bullying at a young age, that can last for a long time.

The video draws on research of pairs of identical twins, in which bullied twins experienced higher symptoms of anxiety and depression compared to their co-twins who had not experienced bullying. #MHBullying

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