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What can Pixar’s Inside Out teach us about mental health and wellbeing?
The new Disney/Pixar film 'Inside Out' is the story of 11 year old Riley told through the thoughts, memories and feelings in her head. Critics have suggested it might be the best children’s film ever made and certainly the most important since ‘Bambi’!!
The film is a fun, moving, animated movie about mental health with lots of useful insights and messages for children, young people and adults alike - most importantly that it’s OK to be sad!
And that wellbeing means feeling a range of different emotions not just chasing happiness …
The film has been developed in consultation with psychologists and there is also an interesting, Pixar-style adventure through the human brain, memory and subconscious.
It should be out on DVD soon … in the meantime watch the official trailer below and more clips here!
To read more about what Inside Out can teach young people about mental health see this article from the Huffington Post.
Young people have their say about mental health and wellbeing services in Cornwall & Isles of Scilly!
Over the last few months we have been working with commissioners and service providers to develop a local CAMHS Transformation Plan - this will help to reform and improve services for children and young people across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly over the next five years.
Look at the video below to see how we have been involved! and keep watching this space to find out about upcoming opportunities to have your say ...