Young people are remarkably resilient – but they need our support

Fear is the most lasting psychological impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. In a nationwide survey commissioned by St Patrick’s Mental Health Services in 2020, more than 80 per cent of people said they felt anxiety was rampant in Irish society. Research by Maynooth University and Trinity College Dublin Concurrent research showed a more than 20 percent increase in clinically significant anxiety-related mental health problems.

Despite the unresolved psychological impact of Covid-19 for many, especially children, the war in Ukraine will undoubtedly increase feelings of anxiety. From a psychological perspective, children and young people have experienced some of the most significant losses and psychological impacts in the past two years. Young people are remarkably resilient – but they need our support

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