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TYF SCHOOLS CAMPAIGN

TYF is a mental health and well-being campaign, which supports proactively looking after your mental wellbeing. With resources available covering happiness, optimism and resilience, join our community in taking control of your mental wellbeing.
As part of our campaign to tackle the stigma around mental health across the country both north and south we are launching a new initiative focusing on empowering younger adults and teenagers to Take Control of their mental wellbeing. Keep an eye here for updates and exciting news as it becomes available.
Interested in your school taking part? Fill out the form above and one of our representatives will get in touch to tell you more about what you can expect.

CHOOSE A TEST BELOW

Choose from the tests below to see how you are doing when it comes to various areas of your mental well-being. By maintaining an awareness of different aspects of your well-being, you can Take Control, and with the help of our resources, start realising your full potential and become the best version of yourself.

  • Wellbeing
    The Wellbeing Indicator is a tool to help you keep track of your mental wellbeing. To get your wellbeing score, read through the statements and click on part of the scale that best describes your thoughts and feelings over the last while. Your latest score will be shown on your dashboard at all times. You can retake the test at any time.
  • Happiness
    The happiness scale is a 4-item scale designed to measure subjective happiness. The test is completed by finishing each of the sentence fragments using part of the scale which most represents how you feel.
  • WHO 5 Quick Test
    The World Health Organisation- Five Well-Being Index (WHO-5) is a short self-reported measure of current mental wellbeing.
  • Stress
    The perceived stress test was developed to measure the degree to which life situations are perceived as stressful. Psychological stress is defined as the extent to which your perceived demands exceed your ability to cope.

LATEST SCHOOL POSTS

Check out the latest news from the TYF Schools Community. To keep even more up to date, make sure to follow us on Instagram and check out the RPI twitter account.

TAKE CONTROL

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