Social Media Resilience (Mind/Co-op funding)

Social Media Resilence Coaching Social Media Resilience Coaching is a service that aims to promote and encourage a dialogue about the impact of social media on the mental health of young people, via young people.

Utilising the experience of older students (16+), North Kent Mind will explore topics such as self-esteem, body image and anxiety in relation to social media; drawing on collective experience to develop guides and workshops that are then delivered to the younger students (11-14).

Using a peer support model we will empower young people to improve their wellbeing when online. This service is part of the partnership between Co-op, Mind, SAMH and Inspire to bring communities together to improve mental wellbeing.

You can find out more about the partnership here or contact For more information regarding the Social Media Resilience project contact

Social Media Resilience Training