Healthy Me


“Healthy Me” is a vibrant and engaging mental health promotion programme aimed at children which explores emotional/mental health, healthy lifestyle choices and pathways to effective support through imaginative and interactive play and song.

Healthy Me positively promotes mental health and social and emotional well-being in children and has a strong focus on prevention and self-help.

Healthy Me aims to:

  • Promote social and emotional well-being through problem-solving, coping skills, conflict management and managing feelings,
  • Improve the emotional and social well-being and resilience of children.
  • Encourage help-seeking behaviour in children and help them identify sources of support
  • Improve children’s emotional literacy,
  • Challenge stigma and discrimination in relation to mental health and social and emotional difficulties
  • Promote the equality of mental health with physical health
  • Encourage joined up, multi-agency working in relation to the support of children with mental health needs,
  • Improve knowledge of sources of advice and support for children regarding mental health.
  • Enable early identification of children experiencing mental distress.
  • Support the transition from primary to secondary school.
  • To encourage adults to think about their own mental health needs.

Healthy Me is refreshing and fun.

Target age group 8-11 year olds
Training necessary? To be delivered by AMH MensSana
Session time 3hrs, minimum
Teaching notes available? Yes
Information on sources of support? Yes
Interactive? Yes
Supplementary materials available? Yes


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Healthy Me

“I learnt brilliant stuff so I am happy”

Contact Details

AMH MensSana

13 Church Street

Portadown BT62 3LN

T 028 3839 2314



a vibrant and engaging mental health promotion programme

Who is it for?

8-11 year olds


all over Northern Ireland

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