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Schoolgirl champions children's mental health charity

iOS - Android Now she is seeking to fundraise for the charity, so that she can help carry out its work locally.Her proud mum Paula explained why the Leah, who attends West Coats Primary, is already focused on mental health.She told Lanarkshire Live: “Leah has family members with mental health issues and depression, so it is something she has been aware of from a young age, and she knows it can have an effect on people.“What Crystal Kingdoms is wanting to do is to run mental health workshops in schools, hospitals and youth clubs, and they will have a child advocate, who will go in and talk to the children.

It should have more impact that way, because kids often don’t listen when it’s an adult talking, but are more likely to listen to someone

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iOS - Android Now she is seeking to fundraise for the charity, so that she can help carry out its work locally.Her proud mum Paula explained why the Leah, who attends West Coats Primary, is already focused on mental health.She told Lanarkshire Live: “Leah has family members with mental health issues and depression, so it is something she has been aware of from a young age, and she knows it can have an effect on people.“What Crystal Kingdoms is wanting to do is to run mental health workshops in schools, hospitals and youth clubs, and they will have a child advocate, who will go in and talk to the children.
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