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21 June 2021
The Wolfson Centre has welcomed a new research associate, who will work across the Centre and Welsh Government.
2 June 2021
Young people in care are reporting lower mental wellbeing than their peers.
19 May 2021
This year's conference gave a valuable insight into the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of young people.
28 April 2021
Cardiff University research is first to assess impact of COVID-19 on ‘at risk’ children
20 April 2021
The transition between primary and secondary school is an important milestone in a young person’s life and while many children look forward to it, it is also a source of worry for many.
29 March 2021
A fifth of young people in Wales reported very high levels of mental health symptoms before the COVID-19 pandemic.
24 March 2021
A child’s transition into secondary school education is a challenging period and can have an impact on a pupil’s future mental health and academic achievement.
2 December 2020
Research from Cardiff University’s brand-new Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health highlights that 80% of problems with mental health begin when an individual is young.
7 December 2020
£10m Wolfson Foundation funding to establish the Wolfson Centre for Young People’s Mental Health
We are a dedicated interdisciplinary research centre focusing on reducing anxiety and depression in young people.
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