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Hidden Harms Conference

  • stem4 was part of the national ‘Hidden Harms’ conference at the University of Suffolk, which brought together more than 140 delegates, including the UK’s leading experts and mental health charities. The focus was on how mental health issues affect young people and what support should be provided. stem4’s CEO and founder, Dr Nihara Krause delivered workshops on anxiety, depression and resilience. The conference gave professionals involved in social work, education, health and police sectors an improved understanding of how to respond appropriately and effectively to the needs of young people. Click here to read more about the conference.
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